Bobby Rush (musician)
Bobby Rush ( born November 10, 1940 in Homer, Louisiana), actually Emmit Ellis Jr., is an American blues and R & B musician, multi-instrumentalist, singer and composer. His style, he described himself as " folk - funk", a mix of blues, soul and funk.
In 1971 he had his first hit with chicken heads. In 1979 his first album Rush Hour. In the 1980s his style became increasingly funky. The mid-1990s returned to Rush Soul Blues back.
In April 2001, crashed his tour bus, where there were several people injured and one dead. In the same year he was awarded the Living Blues Award for best live musician, in 2002 he was honored in this category with the price. 2003 Rush had his comeback.
2006 Bobby Rush was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame.
- Rush Hour (1979 )
- Sue (1982)
- Gotta Have Money ( 1984)
- What's Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander ( 1985)
- Man Can Give ( 1990)
- I Is not Studdi ' You ( 1991)
- Handy Man (1992 )
- She's a Good ' Un ( It's Alright ) ( 1995)
- One Monkey Do not Stop No Show (1995 )
- Wearing It Out (1996 )
- It's Alright, Vol 2 (1997)
- Lovin 'a Big Fat Woman ( 1997)
- Rush Hour ... Plus ( 1999)
- Hoochie Man ( 2000)
- Undercover Lover ( 2003)
- Folk Funk (2004)
- Hen Pecked (2005)
- Night Fishin ' (2005)
- RAW (2007)
- Down in Louisiana ( 2013)