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PBS: Blues Road Trip

Trace the migration of the blues through the United States. This site features an in depth look at the origins of the blues throughout its development across the Deep South of the US and beyond.courtesy of netTrekker  
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Trace the migration of the blues through the United States. This site features an in-depth look at the origins of the blues throughout its development across the Deep South of the US and beyond.

courtesy of netTrekker

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