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From Richmond to Atlanta

Cephas & Wiggins

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From Richmond to Atlanta collects selections from Cephas & Wiggins' three Flying Fish albums recorded between 1984 and 1992, Dog Days of August, Guitar Man, and Flip, Flop and Fly. Guitarist John Cephas and harmonica man Phil Wiggins have been playing acoustic Piedmont-inspired blues together for enthusiastic audiences for over three decades. This 12-song set captures an engaging mixture of ragtime, Delta, country, gospel, and folk originals and classics, with 24-bit remastering at a mid-line price from Bullseye Blues.

Biography

Formed: 1984 in Bowling Green, VA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The duo of acoustic guitarist John Cephas and harpist Phil Wiggins enjoyed a partnership spanning several decades, during which time they emerged among contemporary music's most visible exponents of the Piedmont blues tradition. Both were born in Washington, D.C., although Wiggins was a quarter century younger than his partner; they met at a jam session in 1977, and both performed as regular members of Wilbert "Big Chief" Ellis' Barrelhouse Rockers for a time prior to Ellis' death. Their music, rooted...
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