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Happy and healthy after 40 years as a performer, Delbert McClinton’s creative power seemingly undiminished and is universally championed by critics, fans and his peers.

When Delbert McClinton announced his latest album Room To Breathe, he sure wasn’t kidding. After more than four decades of making music, McClinton is breathing freely with the confidence and energy of an artist who knows that he has mastered his game. Still basking in the glow of a new Grammy Award, he has followed up what The Wall Street Journal declared his “best recording ever” – 2001’s Nothing Personal – with a set that displays even greater muscle, smarts, charm and soul.

Born in Lubbock, Texas, McClinton’s father was a switchman for the railroad and his mother was a beautician. After picking up the guitar and harmonica as a child, his first public performance was at the Big “V” Jamboree at the Village Theater in Liberator Village in 1957.

From growing up listening to the all night airwaves, he began brewing up his own sound, combining R&B with country classics. And while playing with Bruce Channel in 1962, he turned the Beatles onto the harp licks later heard on the album, Love Me Do.

His album, Live From Austin, earned him a 1989 Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Blues Album. In 1992, he teamed up with Tom Petty, Melissa Etheridge, Francine Reed and Bonnie Raitt to create the album, “Never Been Rocked Enough.” And in 1992, McClinton earned a Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Duo (with Bonnie Raitt) for “Good Man, Good Woman.”

Nashville is home to Delbert these days, “home” being a concept that has to be adjusted to after almost four decades on the road.


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