Blues Hall of Fame - 016 - Rufus Thomas
We continue the series with the “world’s oldest teenager,” Rufus Thomas.
Rufus Thomas contained multitudes, as they say. His talents and the personality behind those talents knew no bounds.
Rufus’ professional career began at the age of six taking small roles in theatrical productions on Beale Street. As a teeneager he starred on the vaudeville and minstrel show circuits that criss-crossed the south. He was a singer, a dancer, a comedian, a radio DJ… and what’s truly incredible is that he excelled at all of those things.
From Beale Street to Sun Records to superstardom at Stax. Vaudeville, blues, rock n roll, soul. Even funk! Rufus did it all.
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