Dusty Brown was born in Mississippi in 1929. Like many of his fellow bluesmen he migrated to Chicago in 1946 looking for a better life for his family. In 1955 he recorded ‘He Don’t Love You’ for the Parrot label. This was a superior example of Chicago blues at its best, which also featured the driving piano of Henry Gray. Dusty has updated this song for our release with all the fire of the original. Dusty embarked on a tour of Europe in 1972. In 1975 he opened a lounge in Chicago Heights, Illinois called Dusty’s Lounge and featured many of his Chicago blues friends, including Sunnyland Slim and Hip Lankchain. Dusty moved back down South in the early ‘90’s and has recently returned to Chicago where he has been reviving his music career appearing at many clubs and festivals.
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