Sam Hopkins (Lightnin’ Hopkins) was a Texas country bluesman of the highest quality whose profession began in the 1920s and extended all the method into the 1980s. Along the way, Hopkins enjoyed the genre modification incredibly, however he never ever appreciably transformed his mournful Lone Star noise, which equated onto both acoustic and electric guitar. Hopkins’ active mastery made complex boogie riffs seem easy, and his remarkable fondness for improvising lyrics to fit whatever scenario may occur made him a precious blues troubadour.

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