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November 21, 2017

    1964: Blues guitarist and singer B.B. King recorded “Every Day I Have the Blues”.

    1960: Blues singer and pianist Ray Charles had four hits in the top 100: #5 “Georgia on My Mind”, #61 “Ruby”, #66 “Hard Hearted Hannah”, and #95 “Come Rain or Come Shine”.

    1940: Blues artist Dr. John was born Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr., November 21, 1940, in New Orleans, Louisiana. [external link at PBS]


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