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    1993 Long Beach Blues Festival Signed Guitar. This Samick acoustic guitar was signed for the promoter of the 1993 Long Beach Blues Festival, Southern California's jazz/blues radio station KLON (now KKJZ). The guitar has been signed by the following artists: Rory Block, James Cotton, John Hammond, John Lee Hooker, Luther Johnson, Denise LaSalle, Robert Lockwood, Jr., Little Milton, Kevin Moore (now known as Keb' Mo'), Charlie Musselwhite, Pinetop Perkins, Lonnie Pitchford, Jimmy Rogers, Preston Shannon, Rufus Thomas snd Clarence Fountain & The Five Blind Boys of Alabama (now simply The Blind Boys of Alabama), consisting of Clarence Fountain, Jimmy Carter, George Scott, Bobby Butler, Sam Butler, Curtis Foster, Ricky McKinnie, and others not yet identified.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2004
    17th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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