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2000s Blues Hall of Fame Inductees
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2000 Hall of Fame Inductees


Classics of Blues Literature
The Country Blues by Sam Charters

Classics of Blues Recording--Album
Mississippi Delta Blues--Mississippi Fred McDowell ( (Arhoolie Catalog #304)

Classics of Blues Recordings: Single or Album Track
"Down Home Blues" (Malaco) - Z.Z. Hill

Non Performer
Dick Waterman

Performer
Stevie Ray Vaughan

2001 Hall of Fame Inductees


Classics of Blues Literature
Stormy Monday: The T-Bone Walker Story--Helen Dance

Classics of Blues Recording--Album
The Complete Plantation Recordings--Muddy Waters (MCA Chess, 1993)

Classics of Blues Recording--Singles or Album Tracks
“Shake, Rattle and Roll”--Big Joe Turner

Non Performer
Theresa Needham
Robert Palmer

Performer

2002 Hall of Fame Inductees


Classics of Blues Literature
Spinning Blues Into Gold: The Chess Brothers and the Legendary Chess Records--Nadine Cohodas

Classics of Blues Recording--Albums
Live from the Cook County Jail--B.B. King (ABC)

Classics of Blues Recording--Singles and Album Tracks
Going Down Slow--St. Louis Jimmy Oden (Bluebird 1941)

Non Performer
Jim O'Neal

Performer

2003 Hall of Fame Inductees


Classics of Blues Literature
Can't Be Satisfied: The Life and Times of Muddy Waters--Robert Gordon

Classics of Blues Recording--Albums
It's My Life Baby!--Junior Wells (Vanguard)

Classics of Blues Recordings - Singles or Album Tracks
Part Time Love--Little Johnny Taylor (Galaxy 1963)

Non Performer
Ralph Bass

Performer

2004 Hall of Fame Inductees


Classics of Blues Literature
Juke Blues magazine

Classics of Blues Recordings - Albums
Slim Harpo, Raining In My Heart

Classics of Blues Recordings - Singles or Album Tracks
Jimmy Reed, "Baby What You Want Me To Do"

Non Performer
J. Mayo Williams

Performer

2005 Hall of Fame Inductees

On May 4,the night before the 26th W.C. Handy Blues Awards, at the Foundation's Charter Members’ Dinner, The Blues Foundation will pay tribute to Ike Turner and the other esteemed individuals and recordings that have been selected for induction into the Blues Hall of Fame.

In addition to Ike Turner, the other 2005 Hall of Fame inductees are: Walter Davis and H.C. Speir; the 1951 single Black Night by Charles Brown and the 1982 album Down Home by Z.Z. Hill on Malaco Records; and the groundbreaking book Blues People by LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka).

The presenting sponsors for the 26th W.C. Handy Blues Awards are Gibson Guitar and Baldwin Piano. The Blues Hall of Fame Induction is sponsored by Blues Revue magazine, BluesWax weekly e-zine and Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony BMG.

Blues Hall of Fame Inductees 2005


Classics of Blues Literature
Blues People by LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka)

Classics of Blues Recordings - Albums
Down Home, by Z.Z. Hill (Malaco Records, 1982)

Classics of Blues Recordings - Singles or Album Tracks
Black Night, by Charles Brown (Aladdin Records, 1951)

Non Performer
H.C. Speir
Performer

2006 Hall of Fame Inductees


Classics of Blues Literature
Blues & Rhythm magazine
Chasin' That Devil's Music By Gayle Dean Wardlow; Edited by Edward Komara

Classics of Blues Recordings - Singles or Album Tracks
Hound Dog - Big Mama Thornton (Peacock)
Honky Tonk, Parts 1 & 2 - Bill Doggett (King)
Devil Got My Woman - Skip James (Paramount)

Classics of Blues Recordings-Albums
Tell Mama - Etta James (Cadet)
Screamin’ and Hollerin’ the Blues: The Worlds of Charley Patton (Revenant)
I Do Not Play No Rock ‘n’ Roll - Mississippi Fred McDowell (Capitol)

Non-Performer
Bobby Robinson
Jerry Wexler
Joe, Jules, Lester, and Saul Bihari

Performer

2007 Hall of Fame Inductees


Classics of Blues Literature
Blues With a Feeling: The Little Walter Story – Tony Glover, Scott Dirks & Ward Gaines

Classics of Blues Recordings - Album
Driving Wheel - Little Jr. Parker (Duke)
Down and Out Blues - Sonny Boy Williamson (No. 2) (Checker)
Angola Prisoners’ Blues - Robert Pete Williams & others (Louisiana Folklore Society/Arhoolie)

Classics of Blues Recordings - Single or Album Track
Death Letter--Son House (Columbia album track, 1965)
“Black Angel Blues”--Robert Nighthawk (The Nighthawks) (Aristocrat, 1949)
Hide Away--Freddie (Freddy) King (Federal, 1961)

Non-Performer
Art Rupe
Ahmet Ertegun

Performer

2008 Hall of Fame Inductees

The following esteemed individuals and recordings have been selected for induction into the Blues Hall of Fame by The Blues Foundation. The Hall of Fame committee is chaired by Jim O'Neal, founding editor of Living Blues, and David Sanjek, recently of the BMI Archives. The induction ceremony will be held at The Blues Foundation's Charter Member Dinner on Wednesday, May 7, at the Tunica RiverPark in Tunica, Mississippi, the night before the 2008 Blues Music Awards.

The 2008 inductees include living performers Jimmy McCracklin and Hubert Sumlin, as well as late artists Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Peetie Wheatstraw, Jimmy Witherspoon, and the Mississippi Sheiks. John Hammond and Paul Oliver are the non-performers inducted this year. The play 7 Guitars, by August Wilson, and the book, Moanin' at Midnight: The Life and Times of Howlin' Wolf by James Segrest & Mark Hoffman, were also selected.

The following singles or album tracks will be inducted during the ceremony: “Back-Water Blues” by Bessie Smith; “Double Trouble” by Otis Rush; and “My Babe” by Little Walter. These albums were also chosen for induction: Piney Woods Blues by Big Joe Williams; Members Only by Bobby Bland; Rocks the House by Etta James; Freddy King Sings by Freddy King; and I'm Jimmy Reed by Jimmy Reed.

On May 8, the night after the Blues Hall of Fame inductions, The Blues Foundation will present the Blues Music Awards for the first time in their 29-year history in the Mississippi Delta, the birthplace of the Blues. Performers, industry representatives, and fans from around the globe will celebrate the best in Blues recording and performance from the previous year at the Grand Casino Event Center in Tunica Resorts, Mississippi, just down the road from Memphis, the Awards’ home since their 1980 inception.

The presenting sponsor will once again be The Gibson Foundation. In 2008, the State of Mississippi, the Tunica Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Grand Casino and Resort are sponsoring the Blues Music Awards. BMI, Casey Family Programs, Eagle Rock Entertainment, FedEx, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company and XM Satellite Radio also sponsor the Blues Music Awards.

Classics of Blues Literature
7 Guitars – August Wilson
Moanin' at Midnight: The Life and Times of Howlin' Wolf -- James Segrest & Mark Hoffman

Classics of Blues Recordings - Albums
Freddy King Sings (King LP, 1961) Freddy King
Piney Woods Blues (Delmark LP, 1958) Big Joe Williams
Members Only (Malaco LP, 1985) Bobby Bland
Rocks the House (Argo LP, 1964; Chess CD with bonus tracks, 1994) Etta James
I'm Jimmy Reed (Vee-Jay LP, 1958) Jimmy Reed

Classics of Blues Recordings - Singles or Album Tracks
“Back-Water Blues” Bessie Smith (Columbia, 1927)
“Double Trouble” Otis Rush (Cobra, 1958)
“My Babe” Little Walter (Checker, 1955)

Non-Performer
John Hammond
Paul Oliver

Performer

2009 Hall of Fame Inductees

The Blues Foundation has announced the inductees for the Blues Hall of Fame in 2009, including "Soul Queen of New Orleans" Irma Thomas and multiple GRAMMY Award winner Taj Mahal, as well as late Chicago bluesman Son Seals and the Reverend Gary Davis.

Austin club owner Clifford Antone, discographer Mike Leadbitter and radio programmer and producer Bob Porter will be the non-performers inducted this year. The book I Hear You Knockin' by Jeff Hannusch was selected as a Classics of Blues Literature.

The induction ceremony will be held at The Blues Foundation's Charter Member Dinner on Wednesday, May 6, at the Memphis Marriott Downtown in Memphis, Tennessee, the night before the 30th Blues Music Awards. Taj Mahal and Irma Thomas will both attend the induction ceremony.

The following singles or album tracks will be inducted during the ceremony: “Boom Boom” by John Lee Hooker; “Caldonia” by Louis Jordan; and “Sitting on Top of the World” by the Mississippi Sheiks. These albums were also chosen for induction: Amtrak Blues by Alberta Hunter; T-Bone Blues by T-Bone Walker; and the 2 CD set Blues With a Feeling (Newport Folk Festival Classics) by Various Artists.

The Hall of Fame committee, consisting of scholars, record producers, radio programmers, and historians, is chaired by Jim O'Neal, founding editor of Living Blues.

On May 7, the night after the Blues Hall of Fame inductions, The Blues Foundation will present the Blues Music Awards for the thirtieth time, and will return to Memphis after staging last year’s events in the Mississippi Delta for the first time. Performers, industry representatives, and fans from around the world will celebrate the best in Blues recording, songwriting and performance from the previous year at the Memphis Cook Convention Center in downtown Memphis, the city where the Awards have been held since their 1980 inception.

The presenting sponsor will once again be The Gibson Foundation. BMI, Casey Family Programs, Eagle Rock Entertainment, FedEx, Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, also sponsor the Blues Music Awards.


Classic of Blues Literature
I Hear You Knockin’ – Jeff Hannusch

Classic of Blues Recording - Album
Amtrak Blues (Columbia, 1978) - Alberta Hunter
T-Bone Blues (Atlantic, 1959) - T-Bone Walker
Blues With a Feeling Newport Folk Festival Classics (Vanguard 2-CD set, 1993) - Various Artists

Classic of Blues Recording- Single or Album Track
“Boom Boom” - John Lee Hooker (Vee-Jay, 1961)
“Caldonia” - Louis Jordan (Decca, 1945)
“Sitting on Top of the World” - Mississippi Sheiks (Okeh, 1930)

Non-Performer
Clifford Antone
Mike Leadbitter
Bob Porter

Performer
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The Blues Foundation
 

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