Robert Johnson was an influential Mississippi blues singer and songwriter who supposedly sold his soul to Satan "at the crossroads" in exchange for his remarkable talent on the guitar. Born and raised in Mississippi, Robert Johnson started playi...
Name at Birth:
May 8, 1911,
August 16, 1938
Robert Leroy Johnson (May 8, 1911 – August 16, 1938) was an American blues
singer-songwriter and musician. His landmark recordings in 1936 and 1937 ...
One hundred years ago, a boy-child was born in Mississippi – a dirt-poor, African
-American who would grow up, learn to sing and play the blues, and eventually ...
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Apr 13, 2007 ... Robert Johnson- Crossroad ..... Wonder what Robert would have said if someone
told him that 15 million people would listen to one of his ...
Even casual blues fans know the name of Robert Johnson
, and thanks to the re-retelling of the story over the course of decades, many know the tale of Johnson
allegedly making a deal with the devil at the crossroads outside of Clarksdale, Mississippi to acquire his incre... More »
According to legend, Robert Johnson made a deal with the devil in exchange for
his profound talents as a blues musician. Learn more at Biography.com.
On November 23, 1936, Robert Johnson recorded his songs for the first time in
San Antonio, Texas. This first of two sessions was unceremoniously squeezed ...
In the seven decades since his mysterious death, bluesman Robert Johnson's
legend has grown—the tragically short life, the “crossroads” tale of supernatural ...
Dec 17, 2015 ... A newly-analyzed photo purportedly shows Robert Johnson, the mysterious
blues legend whose meager recordings became a groundwork for ...
The true story of how Robert Johnson, the father of the blues lived and died,
based on the accounts of people who actually knew him.