Henry Gray (musician)

Henry Gray (musician)

Henry Gray (born January 19, 1925, Kenner, Louisiana) is an African-American blues piano player and singer. He has been playing for more than seven decades, and has played with a multitude of artists including Robert Lockwood, Jr., Billy Boy Arnold, Morris Pejoe, the Rolling Stones, Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf among many others. He has more than 58 albums to his credit, including recordings for the Chess Records label. He is credited as helping to create the distinctive sound of the Chicago blues piano.

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Henry Gray (musician) - Selected Discography
... Me Take My Rest (1999 Lucky Cat Records) Don't Start That Stuff (2000 Last Call Records) HenryGray Plays Chicago Blues (2001 Hightone Record) Watch Yourself Feat Lil' Buck Sinegal (2001 ...

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