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J. B. Hutto

Born: 
04/26/1926
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Died: 
06/12/1983
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Years Active: 
1950's-1983
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J. B. Hutto was an American blues musician. Hutto was influenced by Elmore James, and became known for his slide guitar work and declamatory style of singing. He was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame two years after his death.

Concerts

Event Date Venue City Region Country
J. B. Hutto 06/25/1969 Electric Circus NYC New York USA
Sugarcane Harris 07/20/1971 Ash Grove Los Angeles California USA
Sugarcane Harris 07/21/1971 Ash Grove Los Angeles California USA
Sugarcane Harris 07/22/1971 Ash Grove Los Angeles California USA
Sugarcane Harris 07/23/1971 Ash Grove Los Angeles California USA
Sugarcane Harris 07/24/1971 Ash Grove Los Angeles California USA
Sugarcane Harris 07/25/1971 Ash Grove Los Angeles California USA
J. B. Hutto & the Hawks 12/13/1971 Washington Square Church NYC New York USA
J. B. Hutto 01/11/1980 Tramps NYC New York USA
J. B. Hutto 01/12/1980 Tramps NYC New York USA
J. B. Hutto 03/09/1980 100 Club London Westminster England
J. B. Hutto & the Hawks 04/11/1980 The Main Point Bryn Mawr Pennsylvania USA
J. B. Hutto 11/13/1980 Mancini's Lounge McKees Rocks Pennsylvania USA
J. B. Hutto & the Hawks 03/20/1981 Soup Kitchen Detroit Michigan USA
J. B. Hutto & the Hawks 03/21/1981 Soup Kitchen Detroit Michigan USA
J. B. Hutto 09/18/1981 Rahar's Northampton Massachusetts USA
J. B. Hutto 10/12/1981 Tramps NYC New York USA
J. B. Hutto 07/17/1982 Montreux Jazz Festival (4) Montreux Vaud Switzerland
J. B. Hutto 01/05/1983 Jonathan Swift's Pub Cambridge Massachusetts USA
J. B. Hutto 03/19/1983 Inn-Square Men's Bar Cambridge Massachusetts USA
J. B. Hutto 03/31/1983 The Tam Brookline Massachusetts USA
J. B. Hutto 04/15/1983 The Club (MA) Cambridge Massachusetts USA
J. B. Hutto 04/16/1983 The Club (MA) Cambridge Massachusetts USA