Grammy Award-winning blues guitarist who used Sonny Guy Williamson and contributed to records of various other great musicians. He was trained guitar, in addition to how to carry out himself on stage by Robert Johnson, one of the biggest Delta bluesmen of that time period. His custom made twelve-string guitar was positioned on long lasting exhibit on the Stone Hall of Popularity, and he himself was inducted in to the Blues Hall of Popularity. He was created in Turkey Nothing, Arkansas, a little village western of Helena, where he started his musical profession playing the cathedral organ at age group of eight. He gained his initial Grammy Award for his live record with Eric Clapton, documented at the initial Crossroads Guitar Celebration in Dallas, Tx.