Edith North Johnson

Born 2 January 1903. Died 28 February 1988
Edith North Johnson
Edith North Johnson

Edith North Johnson Biography (Wikipedia)

Edith North Johnson (January 2, 1903 – February 28, 1988) was an American classic female blues singer, pianist and songwriter. Her most noted tracks are "Honey Dripper Blues", "Can't Make Another Day" and "Eight Hour Woman". She wrote another of her songs, "Nickel's Worth of Liver Blues".

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Nickel's Worth Of Liver Blues: No. 2
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