Sam Hinton

Sam Hinton

Sam Duffie Hinton (March 31, 1917 – September 10, 2009) was an American folk singer and marine biologist, best known for his music and harmonica playing. Hinton also taught at the University of California, San Diego, published books and magazine articles on marine biology, and worked as a calligrapher and artist.

Read more about Sam HintonBiography, Bibliography, Discography

Other articles related to "sam hinton":

Sam Hinton - Discography
... Sam Hinton Master of the Solo Diatonic Harmonica The Library of Congress Recordings, recorded in 1947, released in 1999 Sam Hinton Sings the Song of Men, Folkways ...

Famous quotes containing the word sam:

    Pike Bishop: He gave his word.
    Dutch: He gave his word to a railroad.
    Pike Bishop: It’s his word.
    Dutch: That ain’t what counts. It’s who you give it to.
    Walon Green, U.S. screenwriter, and Sam Peckinpaugh (b. 1925)