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Blues guitarist Joe McCoy was created and raised in the Mississippi Delta city of Raymond. He trained himself to try out acoustic guitar and was quickly working at celebrations and picnics in the region around Jackson, MS, along with his sibling Charlie. In the middle-1920s he relocated to Memphis, TN, and teamed up with Memphis Minnie and Jed Davenport’s Beale Road Jug Music group. In 1929, phoning himself Kansas Joe, he and Minnie authorized a recording agreement with Columbia Information. They also performed in night clubs in Memphis and Chicago, and finally married. While taking part in in Chicago McCoy formed some blues rings, the first in 1936 called The Harlem Hamfats, which recorded a number of albums for Decca Records. When the music group split up he created Big Joe and His Washboard Music group in 1940. This group also documented many albums, for Okeh Information. He next created Big Joe and His Bhythm Music group, which documented for Bluebird Information. The music group disbanded in the middle-’40s. Joe McCoy died of center failing in 1956 in Chicago.
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|Date Of Birth||May 11, 1905|
|Died||January 28, 1950, Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Profession||Singer, Songwriter, Film Score Composer|
|Siblings||Papa Charlie McCoy, Charlie McCoy|
|Movies||The Keeper, Lola|