We remember Lonnie Mack and his Flying V. ‘It’s Lonnie At The Top’

This day ( April 21, 2016), in Smithville, Tennessee, died Lonnie Mack, an American rock, blues, and country guitarist and vocalist

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Digest Tracklist :

w/ Steve Rai Vaughan – Live in Memphis (1986) . Oreo Cookie Blues (1986) . w/ Albert Collins & Roy Buchanan – Further On Down the Road (1985) . Satisfy Susie (1986) . Too Rock For Country, Too Country For Rock And Roll (1988) .

TOP 10

Lonnie Mack Top 10 :

Memphis . Wham! . Why . Stop . Oreo Cookie Blues . Chicken Pickin’ . Strike Like Lightning . If You Have to Know . I’ll Keep You Happy . Satisfy Suzie .

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[1986] American television will tape Stevie Ray Vaughan plus special guest Lonnie Mack at The Orpheum Theater on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee >> 56 MINUTES on RVM

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Wikipedia : This day ( April 21, 2016), in Smithville, Tennessee, died Lonnie Mack, an American rock, blues, and country guitarist and vocalist

Lonnie Mack : His playing has influenced the course of rock and roll and had an impact on many of modern rock’s current guitar heroes, including Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Jimmy Page and especially Stevie Ray Vaughan.

@Facebook : Lonnie’s early music bridged the gap between ’50s rockabilly and the psychedelic blues-rock of the following decade, and, like the best rock and roll, his work continues to embody a mixture of white and black roots music. Rock, blues, soul and country —

@last.fm : TODAY he is regarded as one of the true early virtuosos of electric guitar. …Mack also played bass on The Doors’ album Morrison Hotel, specifically “Roadhouse Blues”.

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