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December 31, 2009 McClinton is full of surprises. Despite his towering stature in the blues business and his naughty-but-nice musical persona, in person he's compact, quiet and relaxed. In a session from WFUV, he belts out a powerful performance that'd drain a man half his age.
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January 26, 2006 Delbert McClinton began his career in the late 50s, honing his harmonica skills in the blues clubs of Texas. He has played with legends, from Sonny Boy Williamson to Howlin' Wolf and Lightnin' Hopkins. A well-respected performer, McClinton's latest, Cost of Living, is up for two Grammy Awards.
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September 9, 2005 Grammy-winning Delbert McClinton is considered a legend among Texas roots music aficionados. He's been making music since the 1950s in a style that seamlessly blends country, blues, soul, and rock and roll. The Lubbock, Texas, native's latest CD is Cost of Living. (This interview originally aired June 24, 2005.)
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