Bobby Rush (musician)
Bobby Rush (born November 10, 1933) is a Grammy Award-winning American blues musician, composer and singer. His style is made of elements of blues, rap and funk. He was born in Homer, Louisiana, but was raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and in Chicago, Illinois.
In 2007, he became the first blues artist to perform in China, earning him the title “International Dean of the Blues.” He was later named Friendship Ambassador to the Great Wall of China after performing the largest concert ever held at that site.
Grammy Awards change
|2017||Best Traditional Blues Album||Porcupine Meat||Won|
|2015||Best Blues Album||Decisions||Nominee|
|2014||Best Blues Album||Down in Louisiana||Nominee|
|2001||Best Contemporary Blues Album||Hoochie Man||Nominee|
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