Fiddlin’ Joe Martin (born 8 January 1900, died 2 November 1975, was a blues musician who played mandolin on Son House's recording sessions inspired by Alan Lomax in 1941. Martin was a versatile musician who could play guitar, fiddle, mandolin, washboard and drums. He played with Son House, Willie Brown, Charley Patton and Howlin' Wolf. He is mostly associated with Woodrow Adams, on all of whose recordings he appeared.
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Musicians mugshots: Top: Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Middle: Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison (the Doors), David Bowie, Bottom: Mick Jagger (the Rolling Stones), Janis Joplin, Curt Kobain (Nirvana)