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Cherry Red Wine - Various - Live At The W.C Handy Blues Awards Vol.1 (CD)

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  2. Biography Early life. Nathaniel Adams Coles was born in Montgomery, Alabama, on March 17, He had three brothers: Eddie (–), Ike (–), and Freddy (b. ), and a half-sister, Joyce Coles. Each of the Cole brothers pursued careers in music. When Nat King Cole was four years old, the family moved to Chicago, Illinois, where his father, Edward Coles, became a Baptist.
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  4. Though he would eventually be acclaimed as "The Father of the Blues," W.C. Handy was only a moderately successful bandleader in when he published "The Memphis Blues" in sheet music form. It caught on quickly and was soon being performed by bands around the country, introducing Handy's style of bar blues to a wide audience.
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