Bull Moose Jackson

Bull Moose Jackson

Benjamin Clarence "Bull Moose" Jackson (April 22, 1919 – July 31, 1989) was an American blues and rhythm and blues singer and saxophonist, who was most successful in the late 1940s.

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... King 1949-1952 5054 Bull Moose Jackson 1945-1947 5055 Dave Bartholomew 1950-1952 5056 Howlin' Wolf 1951-1952 5057 Joe Morris 1946-1949 5058 Big Jay McNeely 1951-1952 5059 Little Miss Cornshucks. 1948-1953 5104 Paula Watson 1948-1953 5105 Bull Moose Jackson 1947-1950 5106 Tiny Grimes 1949-1951 5107 Mabel Scott 1951-1955 5108 Joe Liggins 1948-1950 5109 Muddy Waters 1950-1952 5110 Jimmy. 5134 Ray Charles 1953-1954 5135 Willis "Gator" Jackson 1950-1954 5136 Lula Reed 1951-1954 5137 Leroy Foster 1948-1952 5138 Johnny Ace 1951-1954 5139 ...
Bull Moose Jackson - Career
... in Millinder's band gave him the nickname "Bull Moose" for his appearance ... Millinder encouraged Jackson to sign a solo contract with Syd Nathan of King Records to play rhythm and blues ... Jackson toured throughout the late 1940s and early 1950s ...

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