Wednesday, June 23, 1999

Willie D. Warren

Posted By on Wed, Jun 23, 1999 at 12:00 AM

Willie D. Warren - PHOTO / NO COVER PRODUCTIONS
Of all the old-time Detroit bluesmen, Warren is the one most deserving of the national recognition that he should have but never did receive. Warren has played in bands with the likes of acknowledged blues greats Otis Rush and Freddie King. It was Warren who taught Guitar Slim how to play guitar more than 50 years ago. If you say you know about Detroit blues but you don’t know about Willie D. Warren, then it’s time for you to re-evaluate what you claim to know.

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