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Mississippi Heat

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Mississippi Heat is an American blues band.[1]

The group was formed in 1991 in Chicago, Illinois, United States, and was influenced by early electric blues of the 1950s.[1] They played locally in Chicago clubs, and went through several member changes in the 1990s, all the while recording ten albums[1] and a DVD.

Members

Current
  • Pierre Lacocque - harmonica (1991present)[1]
  • Inetta Visor (?-present)
  • Giles Corey (?-present)
  • Steve Howard (?-present)
  • Kenny Smith - drums (1997present)[1]
Former
  • Robert Covington - vocals, drums (199193)[1]
  • Billy Flynn - guitar (1991-2)[1]
  • James Wheeler - guitar (1991-?)[1]
  • Bob Stroger - bass (1991-?)[1]
  • Deitra Farr - vocals (1993-1996)[2][1]
  • Allen Kirk - drums (1993-1996)[1]
  • Mary Lane - vocals (1997)[1]
  • Zora Young - vocals (1997)[1]
  • Barrelhouse Chuck - piano (1997)[1]
  • Max Valldeneu (?)
  • Chris Hambone Cameron (guest on several CDs)
  • Carl Weathersby (guest on several CDs)
  • Lurrie Bell (guest on last two CDs and DVD)
  • Calvin "Fuzz" Jones - bass (1993)[3]
  • Joseph Veloz - bass (2011-2012)

Discography

  • Straight From the Heart (Van der Linden Records, 1993)
  • Learned the Hard Way (Van der Linden, 1994)
  • Thunder in My Heart (Van der Linden, 1995)
  • Handyman (Van der Linden, 1999)
  • Footprints on the Ceiling (Crosscut Records, 2002)
  • Glad You're Mine (Crosscut, 2005)
  • One Eye Open (Delmark, 2005)
  • Hattiesburg Blues (Delmark, 2008)
  • Let's Live it Up! (Delmark, 2010)
  • Delta Bound (Delmark, 2012)[1]

References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 Ankeny, Jason. Mississippi Heat - Music Biography, Credits and Discography. AllMusic. Retrieved on 2013-03-15.
  2. Skelly, Richard. [Mississippi Heat at All Music Guide Biography: Deitra Farr]. Allmusic. Retrieved on July 13, 2010.
  3. Calvin "Fuzz" Jones - Music Biography, Credits and Discography. AllMusic. Retrieved on 2013-03-15.

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