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Hamilton supports a variety of charities, including the Leadbelly Foundation, GuitarMania and the Cleveland Indians Charities.
For destinations including Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Toronto and Mexico City, the connections from the Henningsen Transload Center--like the Rock Island Line in the American blues/folk song first performed by Leadbelly during the 1930s--offer "a mighty good road .
Du Bois, Leadbelly, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Bessie Smith, and Robert Adkins.
Perry was inspired by Big Bill Broonzy, Leadbelly, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGee and worked with the Yardbirds in the 60s, but he stayed with the blues when the band moved on to a commercial sound.
If it's true that the great folk and blues legend Leadbelly sang his way to freedom, then Cleaver wrote his way out of prison.
Laird uses the genre-crossing repertoire and style of Leadbelly (Huddie Ledbetter), who lived and worked around Fannin Street, to illuminate her portrait.
Plus my dad listened to Leadbelly and Lightnin' Hopkins.
The download also includes lessons featuring songs by artists including Eric Clapton, Leadbelly and Woody Guthrie, the company said.
As an added impetus, the folk arts and culture of the 'common people' had been championed by various initiatives included in Roosevelt's New Deal programmes, and performers such as Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly, and Aunt Molly Jackson, were already minor celebrities--at least among the liberal set in New York and other big cities.