Jimmy Rogers

Real Name:James A. Lane

Chicago blues singer, guitarist and harmonicist (born June 3, 1924 in Ruleville, Mississippi - died: December 19, 1997 in Chicago, Illinois).
Best known as member of Muddy Waters' band in the late 1940s and 1950s. He had solo hits on the R&B chart with "That's All Right" in 1950 and "Walking By Myself" in 1954. He withdrew from the music industry at the end of the 1950s, only returning to recording and touring in the 1970s.

Note! Please be careful when assigning credits to this artist. Other artists with a same or similar name exist (list not complete):
- Jimmie Rodgers - American country singer (1897-1933)
- Jimmie Rogers - multi-instrumentalist (flute, didgeridoo, jew's harp ...)
- Jimmie Rogers (2) - rock n' roll songwriter
- Jimmie Rodgers (2) - folk/pop singer (born 1933)

Aliases:James A. Lane
In Groups:Jimmy Rogers And His Rocking Four, Jimmy Rogers And His Trio, The Jimmy Rogers All-Stars, Louisiana Red And His Chicago Blues Friends, Queen Sylvia & Friends
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