Faye Carol was born in Meridian, Mississippi. Blues is the traditional cultural expression of Black people in America. The art form originated in the post-slavery South with roots in work songs, spirituals, field hollers, and shouts. Formalized by W.C. Handy around the turn of the century, it is characterized by…
Faye Carol was born in Meridian, Mississippi. Blues has been the soundtrack to her childhood, becoming intimately connected with the music as a young girl in the train stations of 1950s segregated Mississippi and through her mother and uncles’ Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland and B.B. King records. She began to study…
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