Lightnin Hopkins:Sam John Hopkins (March 15, 1912 – January 30, 1982), better known as Lightnin’ Hopkins, was an American country blues singer, songwriter, guitarist and occasional pianist, from Houston, Texas. Rolling Stone magazine included Hopkins at number 71 on their list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time.

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Black-And-White Photos Chronicle The Early Days Of Rhythm And Blues - Benny Joseph, Sam “Lightnin’” Hopkins, Houston, © Benny Joseph. Courtesy International Center of Photography.

Lightnin’ Hopkins …my favorite pic of Lightnin'. You can tell this guy loved to laugh as much as he like to play.

Lightin Hopkins one of the best blues players that ever lived R. Mr Hopkins you did your part.

The great Lightnin' Hopkins from Houston what a great giant of the Blues.   All original faust muri....

Lightnin Hopkins Ash Grove Here's a photo of Texas bluesman Sam "Lightnin'"…

Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins learned the blues from Blind Lemon Jefferson in the Twenties. He was a ferocious electric stylist in the Fifties, though he's perhaps best known for his nimble acoustic fingerpicking during the Sixties folk-blues revival.

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Lightnin' Hopkins performs Baby, Please Don't Go. From his Vestapol DVD collection Lightnin' Hopkins - Rare Performances 1960-1979 (http://www.guitarvideos.c...

Lightnin& Hopkins performs Baby, Please Don& Go. From his Vestapol DVD collection Lightnin& Hopkins - Rare Performances (http:&

Needed Time - Guitar Lesson part 1 - Lightnin' Hopkins - YouTube

Needed Time - Guitar Lesson part 1 - Lightnin' Hopkins - YouTube

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