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... After illness kept Bill Black from appearing with The Bill Black Combo (a brain tumor eventually killed him in October 1965), The Tarantulas became The Bill Black Combo with the addition of Reggie Young on guitar ... In 1963 Bob Tucker joined the Bill Black Combo as a road manager and guitar/bass player ... Bill Black was already ill and unable to travel as a result of a brain tumor that would cause his death in 1965 ...
... In 1959 Black joined a group of musicians which became Bill Black's Combo ... The lineup was Black (bass), Joe Lewis Hall (piano), Reggie Young (guitar), Martin Wills (saxophone), and Jerry Arnold (drums). 17 pop hit, and made number one on the "black" music charts ...
... In 1963, Bob Tucker joined the Bill Black Combo as a road manager and guitar/bass player ... Black himself had been ill for the past year and a half and unable to travel ... The Bill Black Combo created musical history in 1964 when they became the opening act for the Beatles (at their request) on their historical 13-city tour of ...
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