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About Shuggie Otis

The prodigiously gifted son of legendary band leader Johnny Otis sprang to fame in the late '60s and early '70s while still a teenager. Although he could play numerous instruments, he is probably most closely identified as a guitarist. His playing is an amalgam of blues styles reflecting a love for players like B.B. King and Johnny "Guitar" Watson. He issued numerous albums of R&B and West Coast blues, and the Brothers Johnson had a million-selling hit record thanks to a cover of his "Strawberry Letter 23" in 1977.

Listen toShuggie Otison Rhapsody

The prodigiously gifted son of legendary band leader Johnny Otis sprang to fame in the late '60s and early '70s while still a teenager. Although he could play numerous instruments, he is probably most closely identified as a guitarist. His playing is an amalgam of blues styles reflecting a love for players like B.B. King and Johnny "Guitar" Watson. He issued numerous albums of R&B and West Coast blues, and the Brothers Johnson had a million-selling hit record thanks to a cover of his "Strawberry Letter 23" in 1977.

About Shuggie Otis

The prodigiously gifted son of legendary band leader Johnny Otis sprang to fame in the late '60s and early '70s while still a teenager. Although he could play numerous instruments, he is probably most closely identified as a guitarist. His playing is an amalgam of blues styles reflecting a love for players like B.B. King and Johnny "Guitar" Watson. He issued numerous albums of R&B and West Coast blues, and the Brothers Johnson had a million-selling hit record thanks to a cover of his "Strawberry Letter 23" in 1977.

About Shuggie Otis

The prodigiously gifted son of legendary band leader Johnny Otis sprang to fame in the late '60s and early '70s while still a teenager. Although he could play numerous instruments, he is probably most closely identified as a guitarist. His playing is an amalgam of blues styles reflecting a love for players like B.B. King and Johnny "Guitar" Watson. He issued numerous albums of R&B and West Coast blues, and the Brothers Johnson had a million-selling hit record thanks to a cover of his "Strawberry Letter 23" in 1977.