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  1. Otis Rush (* 29. April 1935 in Philadelphia, Neshoba County, Mississippi; † 29. September 2018) war ein US-amerikanischer Blues gitarrist und -sänger

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    Otis Rush Jr. Also known as: Little Otis: Born April 29, 1934 Philadelphia, Mississippi, U.S. Died: September 29, 2018 (aged 84) Chicago, Illinois, U.S. Genres: Blues, Chicago blues, R&B: Occupation(s) Musician, singer, guitarist, songwriter: Instrument(s) Vocals, guitar: Years active: 1956–2003: Labels

  3. Otis Rush. More images. Profile: American blues musician, singer and guitarist, born April 29, 1935 in Philadelphia, Mississippi; died September 29, 2018. Sites: Wikipedia , otisrush.net , All Music , encyclopedia.com. In Groups: John Mayall & Friends, Otis Rush & His Band, The Otis Rush Blues Band. Variations:

  4. 3. Okt. 2018 · Talent unrewarded, hopes frustrated – familiar tropes of the blues life, but few musicians struggled against them as long as the singer and guitarist Otis Rush, who has died aged 84.

  5. 29. Sept. 2018 · Otis Rush, one of the pioneering guitarists of the Chicago blues scene, died from complications due to a stroke he suffered in 2003. He was 84. He was known for his slashing, jazz-influenced guitar playing, high-strained vocals and backing by a full horn section. He released a catalog of blues classics such as "I Can't Quit You Baby" and "My Love Will Never Die".

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  6. 30. Sept. 2018 · September 2018 im Alter von 84 Jahren gestorben ist. Der Linkshänder Rush reizte intensiv den Sustain aus, entlockte den Saiten ein an die Maso-Wonnen bohrender Selbstvorwürfe oder an innig...