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Dancing & Live Blues Music with Ricky Earl at Lincoln's Roadhouse

Ricky Earl's Chicago-style blues music is a mix of Johnny Taylor, Chuck Berry, Sam Cooke, and BB King all wrapped up in one.  Ricky was born one of 10 children to a Baptist minister in the small town of Poplar Bluff, Missouri. His family was well known as the gospel group, The Earl Singers. Ricky started playing the piano at age five, later adding bass guitar, and eventually electric guitar. At fourteen, Ricky was introduced to the blues world and joined a group called, the Dayton Sidewinder’s. After years of hard work, Ricky had the fortunate opportunity to work with Little Milton, who groomed him as his band-leader for twelve years. Ricky showed off his guitar skills on Little Milton’s album, Live at Westville Prison.  After working with Little Milton, Ricky became Albert King’s side man for seven years, and later played with artists like Artie White and Johnny Taylor. Ricky has traveled throughout Europe, Japan, and the United States, making appearances at blues festivals, and venues all over the world.

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