JERRY "BOOGIE" McCAIN
 


Jerry "Boogie" McCain is the greatest post war harp player alive today. In 2001 he remains at the height of his powers, constantly writing and delivering amazing live performances with the energy of a teenager. Born in 1930 in Gadsden, Alabama, Jerry began playing his harp and singing along with jukebox records at his fathers barbecue stand, the Green Front Cafe. He began recording in the early 50s for the Trumpet label making records of his unique blend of country swing and down-home blues. In 1955 he recorded for the Excello label and he has continued making great records in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s and 2002 Jerry recorded, "Money Thinks I'm Dead."

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