Monday, 23 September 2013

Juke Boy Bonner, 1932–1978 (American blues singer, harmonica player, and guitarist)


* Juke Boy Bonner was influenced by Lightnin' Hopkins, Jimmy Reed, and Slim Harpo. He described the bleak prospects of black urban existence in songs like "Life is a Nightmare", "Struggle Here in Houston" and "Going Back to the Country", accompanying himself on guitar, harmonica and drums in the self-sufficient one-man band mode of Joe Hill Louis and Dr. Ross. 

Bonner had Pluto in the 1st House in close trine with Mars in Pisces on the MC.


Read more from his Wikipedia biography.

NATAL DATA and ASTROLOGY CHART

BIRTH DATA: Philip Bonner (amended to Weldon Bonner in 1969), 22 March 1932, 12:00 (12 noon?) CST (+6), Bellville, TX. [“12 PM” is written on the BC]. ASC: 7 Cancer. RR: AA (from birth record). SOURCE: Sy Scholfield (©) quotes birth certificate on file.

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