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  • He earned the nickname Gatemouth for his deep voice.

    CNN Transcript Sep 11, 2005

  • The WMC listed these blues kings as though they were simply "blues men"--well, they did call Gatemouth legendary, so I take back some of my bitchin'--but what really pissed me off was their calling Long John Baldry, a Brit blues fakir, a BLUES LEGEND.

    Who Are You?

  • Rachel "Gatemouth" Ray has found a new special correspondent for her talk show, and it's Valerie Bertinelli!

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Hurricane Katrina drove Bluesman Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown from Slidell, Louisiana, to his childhood hometown of Orange, Texas, where he died in 2005.

    You're Never Safe From Hurricanes

  • Today, though, except for the odd jazz violinist like Regina Carter or the cowboy-hatted bluesman Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown (who'll put down his electric guitar mid-set to play a fiddle tune), African-American music has mostly abandoned the violin to white country fiddlers.

    Arts Extra: A Mix Of The Sort Of Famous And The Obscure

  • Once one of the largest jazz labels in the world, Verve boasted a roster of instrumentalists in the 1990s that included Joe Henderson, Christian McBride, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown and Kenny Barron.

    Less Verve At Universal Music

  • He earned nickname "Gatemouth" for his deep voice.

    CNN Transcript Sep 11, 2005

  • And the music world is mourning the loss of Grammy winner Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown.

    CNN Transcript Sep 11, 2005

  • The music world mourning the loss of Grammy winner Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown.

    CNN Transcript Sep 11, 2005

  • Walker learned to play guitar as a teenager, and fell under the sway of such Lone Star musicians as T-Bone Walker and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown.

    Variety.com

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