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2 Days Short Of A Week

Guitarist, singer, harmonica player, and songwriter Grady Champion released two very impressive recordings in 1999 and 2001 for Shanachie Records. Both his debut, Payin' for My Sins, and 2 Days Short of a Week put Champion on the national touring blues map and helped launch his career beyond the boundaries of his native Jackson, Mississippi.

Champion was the youngest of his father's 28 children, and he grew up in rural Canton, outside of Jackson. Raised on a farm, hard work became a way of life for him. Like so many other blues performers, he joined his church choir as an eight-year-old and began singing gospel. Then at 15, his mother moved the family to Miami, Florida, where he attended high school for a year before heading back home to Mississippi for his senior year.

After he was graduated, he returned to Florida where he tried boxing, being a radio DJ, and several other occupations before he settled into his career as a performer. He recorded and released his own album, Goin' Back Home, in 1998 and began drawing ever-larger crowds to Florida blues clubs before catching the attention of Shanachie Records executives, who signed him.

Champion has not been afraid to speak his mind on his two releases for Shanachie, and he writes from personal experience with social commentary songs like "Policeman Blues" (about racial profiling), and "Children of the Corn," a song about the rising tide of youth violence. From the inception of his career as a blues performer, Champion has sought to tackle new lyrical themes with his original compositions. As a triple-threat harmonica player, guitarist, and songwriter, he accomplishes that in grand style on both Payin' for My Sins and 2 Days Short of a Week. Champion, along with young innovators like Shemekia Copeland and Shawn Pittman, is one of the brighter beacons in the future of blues music. He has continued releasing records well into the new millennium, including 2010's Back in Mississippi: Live at the 930 Blues Cafe. ~ Richard Skelly, Rovi
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boost1234.bm
This is some heavy stuff
Glad too see more young blues artist
weltonnah
Thank u r kelly for redoing this
Really, Pandora? His name is NOT 2 Days Short of a Week!!! That's the name of his album. His name is Grady Champion.
butchf63
Screw you Spook !! Check the hood latley ??

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