Bo Diddley & The Duchess! Was just talking about meeting Bo Diddleys family with my dad.
Robert Lewis Jones (October 12, 1925 – April 2, 1996), known as both Guitar Gabriel and Nyles Jones, was a blues Musician. Gabriel's unique style of guitar playing, which he referred to as "Toot Blues", combined Piedmont, Chicago, and Texas blues, as well as gospel, and was influenced by artists such as Blind Boy Fuller and Reverend Gary Davis. Gabriel wore a trademark sheepskin hat, which he acquired while traveling and performing with medicine shows during his late 20s.
Joshua Barnes Howell, known as Peg Leg Howell (March 5, 1888 - August 11, 1966), was a blues singer and guitarist, who connected early country blues and the later 12-bar style. He had the strong delivery and ear-catching repertoire of the professional street-singer.
Maxwell Street Jimmy -- 1977 When Jimmy Davis settled in Chicago, he made Maxwell Street his home. Maxwell Street Jimmy is the only musician who lived on Maxwell Street and owned a business there, The Knotty Pine Cafe.