George "Wild Child" Butler was an American blues harmonica player, and vocalist. George "Wild Child" Butler (October 1, – March 1, ) was an American blues harmonica player, and vocalist. Career. Butler was born in. Wild Child Butler Profile: American blues harmonica player and vocalist (born October 1, in Autagagaville, Alabama, died March 1, ). Not to be. A product of the "Great Migration," George "Wild Child" Butler () left his native Alabama for Chicago, Illinois, where he became a. George 'Wild Child' Butler was a hugely talented harp player with a great voice, who made his best records after he left Chicago for Canada and Europe. Listen to George "Wild Child" Butler on Spotify. Artist · monthly listeners. The reason they are Chicago blues has less to do with George Wild Child' Butler than with the producer - the unstoppable Willie Dixon, who between and. From all accounts, George Butler was indeed a "wild child." But he found time between the youthful shenanigans that inspired his mom to bestow his. George Wild Child Butler is one of the most stylistically interesting and underrated blues performers in the business today. In this, an era when Blues is. George 'Wild Child' Butler breathed new life into raw, old-fashioned blues. This stubbornly idiosyncratic harmonica player had lousy luck.
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