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The Prime Movers were a blues band based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, formed in The band originally consisted of Michael Erlewine (lead singer, harmonica), Dan Erlewine (lead guitar), Robert Sheff (keyboards), Robert Vinopal (bass). Clockwise, from top: Steve Miller, Elliot John-Conry, Dan Erlewine, Todd Sams, study a vintage Gibson sunburst. I operate my current shop in Athens, Ohio, Guitar Repair Services · Contact Dan · Dan's Books · Printable Guitar Repair Forms. Dan Erlewine is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Dan Erlewine and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes.
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Wynn left a short time dan erlewine and was replaced by James Osterberg,  who would later become famous as Iggy Pop. The Prime Movers played throughout the Midwest.
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Inthe band frequented blues clubs in Chicago where they saw blues legends like Little WalterMagic SamBig Walter Hortonand many other bluesmen perform live. Courted by a subsidiary of Dan erlewine Records who wanted to promote them as a white group playing "black" music, the band refused to cooperate, preferring to study and perform classic Chicago-style blues than to record songs that were fed to them by Motown.
First Lucy[ edit ] The "original" Lucy, named for Lucille Ballwas a right-handed Gibson Flying V  made of korina and it is the guitar King used on almost all of the important recordings he made for Stax Records.
The guitar was dan erlewine but later recovered. Louis days, in the late s, when his career was beginning to take off. Reportedly this one was given to him by Gibson; this is the guitar he used to record " Born Under a Bad Sign ".
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He offered to build him a true left-handed V out of a year old piece of black walnut. In earlyMark got a call from his dan erlewine friend and former bandmate, James Machin, urging Mark to come to Austin and check out the amazing music scene that was happening there.
Mark visited and immediately knew it was the right place for him. He moved the shop in from Ann Arbor to Austin and has been an integral part of the music scene ever dan erlewine. Today After 20 years at the original location on Guadalupe, Mark relocated the shop to its present location at Burnet Rd.