Old man riffer

By TED DROZDOWSKI  |  February 25, 2010

"Until my wife left me, I didn't give a shit about the guitar," he explained last year at a festival in Clarksdale, Mississippi. "I was feeling sorry for myself, so I got some corn liquor and pulled it out from under the bed and taught myself. Now the only way I'm gonna put it down is when they take my guitar from my hands and bury me in the ground."

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