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Sunday, August 26, 2012

Professor Eddie Lusk with MICHAEL COLEMAN


Eddie Lusk September 21, 1948 – August 26, 1992 Raised by parents who were Pentacostal ministers, Eddie Lusk was exposed to gospel music at a very young age. And although he, himself became ordained in 1968, he couldn’t resist the call of the blues music he heard around him on Chicago’s south side. A pianist since childhood, Lusk went on to play with some of the biggest names in contemporary blues. That list includes Luther Allison, Otis Rush, Buddy Guy and Koko Taylor. Lusk learned he was suffering from colon cancer in 1992. That revelation apparently lead him to jump to his death into the Chicago River on August 26, 1992.
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