He was 55. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm. Lucky Peterson, the Dallas blues artist who vaulted to fame as a child and later evolved into one of the genreâs most versatile and spirited musicians, died Sunday in Dallas. Peterson was born into the blues, growing up in a home where his fatherâ James Peterson âplayed guitar, sang, and passed on his gifts to his offspring. Tous ces albums sont merveilleux...que du bonheur !!! One of the most riveting performers of the modern blues era, Lucky Peterson was a lead guitarist, organist and vocalist. 2 people found this helpful. Écoutez des morceaux comme « Blues In My Blood », « Funky Broadway » et bien plus encore. Écoutez The Son of a Bluesman (Deluxe Edition) de Lucky Peterson sur Apple Music. A acheter de toute urgence comme tous ces albums! Lucky Peterson - Funky Broadway [04:40] 3. Lucky Peterson combined contemporary blues with soul, R&B, gospel and rock to create his unique sound. Listen free to Lucky Peterson â The Son Of A Bluesman (Blues In My Blood, Funky Broadway and more). Peterson's debut on Jazz Village, The Son of a Bluesman, pays tribute to his father, James Peterson, who owned a blues club in Buffalo called The Governor's Inn where all the greats used to play. At the age of 55, he had already spent over 50 years in the music business. Lucky Peterson - The Son Of A Bluesman (2014) 1. Legendary American Bluesman Lucky Peterson, master of the blues guitar and the Hammond B3 , in 2019 will be celebrating his 50th Anniversary of performing professionally. When the multi-talented Lucky Peterson sings of blues in his blood, it's not merely figurative boasting; Peterson's pedigree reads like a partial history of the music. Lucky translated gospel, soul, R&B, rock and jazz into 21 st century Lucky Peterson - Blues In My Blood [05:21] 2. 11 tracks (56:56). Son of a Bluesman ... On ne présente plus Lucky Peterson, super bluesman. His death leaves an enormous hole in the blues world. A much sought after collaborator for both recording and live touring, Luckyâs genius never failed him. Now approaching his 50th year, blues vocalist, guitarist and organist extraordinaire, Lucky Peterson hears the call, and the result is his latest album The Son of a Bluesman. Read more. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/21/arts/music/lucky-peterson-dead.html Lucky Peterson might not be a household name, but listen to him sing and play on The Son of a Bluesman, and you have to wonder why.One thing is clear from this album, he should be. Lucky Peterson - Nana Jarnell [05:38] 4. Legendary American Bluesman Lucky Peterson, master of the blues guitar and the Hammond B3, has died at the age of 55, according to his Facebook page.