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Johnny Winter
Johnny Winter.jpg
Johnny Winter in 2007
Background information
Birth nameJohn Dawson Winter III
BornFebruary 23, 1944(1944-02-23)
Leland, Mississippi, U.S.
DiedJuly 16, 2014(2014-07-16) (aged 70)
Zurich, Switzerland
GenresElectric blues, blues rock, rock and roll, Texas blues
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter, producer
InstrumentsVocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica
Years active1959–2014
LabelsColumbia, Blue Sky, Alligator, Point Blank
Associated actsEdgar Winter
Websitejohnnywinter.net

John Dawson Winter III (February 23, 1944 – July 16, 2014) was an American albino blues musician from Beaumont, Texas. His brother, Edgar Winter, is also a famous musician. He also worked as producer and produced two Grammy winning albums of Muddy Waters (Hard again, I´m ready).

He died in his hotel room in Zurich, Switzerland, aged 70. It happened two days after his last performance there.[1][2][3] The cause of his death is currently unknown.

Discography

Official albums

Compilation albums

  • The Johnny Winter Story (1969)
  • About Blues (1970)
  • Early Times (1970)
  • Before The Storm (1970)
  • Birds Can't Row Boats (1988)
  • The Texas Tornado (1992)
  • A Rock n' Roll Collection (1994)
  • White Hot Blues (1997)
  • Winter Blues (1997)
  • Texas Blues: The Early Years (1998)
  • The Return of Johnny Guitar - best of 1984-86 (2000)
  • Deluxe Edition (Alligator) (2001)
  • The Best of Johnny Winter (Sony) (2002)

Non-official albums

  • Austin, TX also known as The Progressive Blues Experiment (1972)
  • Dervish Blues (live San Bernardino, Ca.) (1975)
  • Whole Lotta Love (1978)
  • Ready for Winter (1981)
  • Still Blues After All These Years/Live In Chicago (1990)
  • A Lone Star Kind of Day (Relix- Roy C. Ames production) (1991)
  • Jack Daniels Kind of Day (1992)
  • White Lightning (1996)
  • Back in Beaumont (2000)
  • Blues'N' Tattoo (recorded Live at Central Park New York - 1980-07-27)

References

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