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Kenny Wayne Shepherd

by Paul Cashmere on April 13, 2012

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Kenny Wayne Shepherd was the boy wonder of blues when we first heard from him in the mid 90s.

The self-taught blues guitarist was influenced from the Stevie Ray Vaughan, Muddy Waters and Albert Lee records in his father’s collection. At age 13, he was up on stage performing for the first time.

Kenny is now one of the world’s most respected guitarists. His latest album ‘How I Go’ was released in 2011.

Kenny Wayne Shepherd had this chat with Noise11’s Paul Cashmere.

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