Lucky Peterson Frank Stasio talks with former child star and now adult blues musician Lucky Peterson. In the 1960's Peterson played "The Tonight Show," "Soul Train" and "The Ed Sullivan Show." At age five, Peterson recorded "1-2-3-4," his first single, which was produced by blues great Willie Dixon. Now 34, Peterson, who is popular with European audiences, is trying to expand his following in the U-S. Peterson has several CD's out...his latest is titled "Move" (VERVE).
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Lucky Peterson

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Lucky Peterson

Lucky Peterson

Lucky Peterson

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Frank Stasio talks with former child star and now adult blues musician Lucky Peterson. In the 1960's Peterson played "The Tonight Show," "Soul Train" and "The Ed Sullivan Show." At age five, Peterson recorded "1-2-3-4," his first single, which was produced by blues great Willie Dixon. Now 34, Peterson, who is popular with European audiences, is trying to expand his following in the U-S. Peterson has several CD's out...his latest is titled "Move" (VERVE).