Oscar "Buddy" Woods

American blues guitarist. Born 1895. Died 14 December 1955
Oscar "Buddy" Woods
Oscar "Buddy" Woods

Oscar "Buddy" Woods Biography (Wikipedia)

Oscar "Buddy" Woods (born c. 1900–1903, died December 14, 1955) was an American Texas blues guitarist, singer and songwriter.

Woods, who was an early blues pioneer in lap steel, slide guitar playing, recorded thirty-five tracks between 1930 and 1940. He recorded solo and as part of a duo, the Shreveport Home Wreckers, and with a six- or seven-piece group, the Wampus Cats. Early in his career he backed Jimmie Davis on some of his recordings. Woods's best-known song was "Lone Wolf Blues", from which came his billing as "The Lone Wolf".

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