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Several of the most popular early blues singers were women.  Artists like Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith and Memphis Minnie sold thousands of records in the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s by combining big voices, flamboyant stage presences and not so subtle sexual innuendos. Memphis Minnie was one of the first to introduce the electric guitar to the blues, prefiguring the signature instrument of blues based rock. She retired from performing in the 50’s and died in 1973.  She is buried in the cemetery of New Hope Baptist Church here in Walls.


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