John Dee Holeman. New York, Feb 1989.

John Dee Holeman was born in Orange County, North Carolina in 1929. He is a storyteller, dancer and a blues artist that played with musicians who had learned directly from Blind Boy Fuller. He possesses an expressive blues voice and is a wonderful guitarist incorporating both Piedmont and Texas guitar styles. A recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage fellowship and a North Carolina Folk Heritage award, John Dee has toured the U.S, Europe and Asia.

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The Music Maker Relief Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping the true pioneers and forgotten heroes of Southern musical traditions gain recognition and meet their day to day needs.

Many of the musicians are living in poverty and are in need of food, shelter, health care and other assistance. This foundation does the best it can to help those musicians.

The criterion for recipients is they be rooted in a Southern musical tradition, be 55 years or older and have an annual income less than $18,000.

You can visit for more information on the organization, the artists, and how you can help make a difference.


2 Responses to John Dee Holeman. New York, Feb 1989.

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  2. patty cee says:

    thanks for this. so wonderful.

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