The Beatles where heavily inspired by Chuck Berry, and Superior Singing Method Review so where the Animals, Fleetwood Mack, the Rolling Stones, the Yardbirds, and Cream, Led Zeppelins early songs where very much blues based, and without the blues there would never have been Status Quo. The British bands inspired the American ones, and in the early 1970´s the Texas rock blues emerged, and with bands such as, Stevie Ray Vaughan, The fabulous Thunderbirds, Johnny Winter, and ZZ Top, but these bands didn´t see much success until the early 80´s.
Since the 80´s there has been revival of interest in the blues by the African American people, particularly in the Deep South in the regions of Jackson and Mississippi, often termed Soul Blues, performers of this type of Blues, include Marvin Sease, Denise LaSalle, Bobby Rush, Bettye LaVette and Peggy Scott-Adams.
Blues continued through the 80´s in both the traditional form and new forms emerging, some of the artist´s where growing in popularity, and include a revival of John Lee Hooker with an album called The Healer, and Eric Clapton formally from Cream and The Blues Breakers with his album unplugged released in 1990 on which he played some standard blues on both acoustic guitar and on his Fender electric guitar, with some really great blues guitar riffs.
We have a lot to be thankful for the Blues, without it there would not have been the great artists mentioned in this article, and there would not have been, some of the great guitarists that we are seeing today.Birdman was born February 15, 1969 by the name of Bryan Williams in Uptown New Orleans. Cash Money Records was created in 1991 by the Birdman and Ronald Slims Williams, his brother.