ROBERT WOLFMAN BELFOUR
Robert “Wolfman” Belfour (September 11, 1940 – February 24, 2015) was an Americanbluesmusician. He was born in Red Banks, Mississippi. When he was a child, his father, Grant Belfour, taught him to play the guitar, and he continued his tutelage in the blues from the musicians Otha Turner, R. L. Burnside, and Junior Kimbrough. Kimbrough, in particular, had a profound influence on him. His music was rooted in Mississippi hill country traditions, in contrast to Delta blues. His playing was characterized by a percussive attack and alternate tunings.
Deep Hill Country Bluesman
MAY HIS SOUL BE BLESSED … R.I.P.
ROBERT Wolfman BELFOUR
LEO BUD WELCH
SUPERSTAR LEO BUD WELCH BEGAN HIS INTERNATIONAL BLUES CAREER AT AGE 80! TRAVELED THE WORLD PERFORMING -WINNER OF AWARDS -RECORDED TWO ALBUMS WAS WORKING ON HIS THIRD. ~ I MET HIM AT THE CLARKSDALE JUKE JOINT FESTIVAL SEVERAL YEARS AGO AND CONTINUED TO ATTEND EACH YEAR BECAUSE OF LEO PERFORMING ~ He passed Dec. 20 2018 at home.
LEO BUD WELCH – 85 year old Bluesman ~
LEO BUD WELCH
LEO BUD WELCH ~ 83 yr. old Super Star.
BIG JACK JOHNSON
BIG JACK JOHNSON AND THE JELLY ROLL KINGS ! .. BIG JACK PERFORMED AT REDS BLUES CLUB IN CLARKSDALE MISSISSIPPI
I FELT BLESSED TO SPEND TIME WITH LC – INVITED TO HIS HOME – WROTE TO EACH OTHER – SPOKE ON THE PHONE ~ He played 12 instruments, traveled much performing, a gifted talented and spiritual man who quoted the Bible. He is missed and ALWAYS remembered.