John Lee Hooker
Artist

John Lee Hooker

Music genres

Other (10408 )       Blues (1019 )       Rock: Alternative (491 )      

Albums
81

Biography

John Lee Hooker was born on August 22, 1917 in Coahoma County, Mississippi, the United States and died on June 21, 2001 in Los Altos, California, the United States. He was an American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist who became one of the most influential artists in the twentieth century. His works greatly influenced the development of the popular music, particularly the development of blues. His first single number one was released in 1948. The song “Boogie Children” reached the top spot of rhythm and blues chart and now it is considered blues classics. His next hits were “Crawlin Kingsnake” and “I’m In The Mood”. Such singles like “Dimples” and “Boom Boom” charted very well in the UK and they influenced British blues a lot. Hooker was inducted into the Blues Foundations Hall Of Fame; he is Grammy winner and an inductee of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You can download John Lee Hooker’s Ultimate Collection in mp3 from our site.

 

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