Jarekus Singleton Met Family Resistance Over The Blues (A Top Story)
But the Mississippi guitarist reports not all of his relations agree. Singleton tells the Macomb Daily: "If my grandfather was alive right now and knew I was playing blues music, he might be tracking me down with a hammer. Or a gun!"
He says of the rest of his family: "They don't give me a hard time about it, but they don't come to the shows because it's against church doctrine. I do respect the church and what my grandfather built and what he started.
"But I have a big family, so a lot of them do come." Read more - here.
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