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RIP Morris "Magic Slim" Holt
August 7, 1937 to February 21, 2013
Chicago blues artists of our time. Magic Slim died of complications from a breathing
disorder after weeks of hospitalization. He was 75.
Though a great singer, guitarist and band leader, it was Magic Slim's undeniable
personality that set him apart. He could play heartfelt, rough and tumble Chicago
blues with a zest that was unmatched. Every part of his being was the blues - his
geographical path, his hard partying, fun loving personality, and his far traveling,
dedicated lifestyle. His patented two guitar driven Chicago blues sound was both a
concert hall pleaser and a dance floor filler. He had, perhaps the largest repertoire in
the blues, knowing thousands of songs that he could call upon at any time. Living
Blues Magazine put it this way; "Magic Slim consistently offers no-frills houserockin’
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