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Delbert McClinton

 

About Delbert McClinton

Master musician Delbert McClinton first gained notice in the early 1960s, playing harmonica on Bruce Channel’s “Hey! Baby.” He’s been a force in American music since, performing with duo partner Glen Clark in the 1970s, writing a chart-topping hit for Emmylou Harris (1978’s “Two More Bottles of Wine”), and forging a solo career with major records including “Giving It Up for Your Love,” “Every Time I Roll the Dice,” and the Tanya Tucker duet “Tell Me About It.” In this episode of Voices in the Hall, McClinton looks back on more than fifty years in music, from his Texas roots to his more recent endeavors in Nashville.

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Delbert McClinton

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