“I was born in Chicago – nineteen and forty-one…” The racially mixed Paul Butterfield Blues Band blasted off from the Windy City with a wall-of-sound fueled by Butterfield’s inspired harmonica and lead guitarist Mike Bloomfield’s explosive lead guitar – at that moment, American rock and roll collided with the real Southside Chicago blues and there was no turning back... - See more at: https://rockhall.com/inductees/nominees/the-paul-butterfield-blues-band
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