Gifted with a striking and almost immediately identifable vocal style characterized by an amazing vibrato, J.D. Short was also a very versatile musician. He played piano, saxophone, guitar, harmonica, clarinet and drums. Growing up in the Mississippi Delta, Short learned guitar and piano. He was a frequent performer at house parties before he moved to St. Louis in the '20s. Short played with the Neckbones, Henry Spaulding, Honeyboy Edwards, Douglas Williams, and Big Joe Williams from the '30s until the early '60s. He recorded for Vocalion, Delmark, Folkways, and Sonet. Short was in the 1963 documentary The Blues, but died before it was released. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi

J.D. Short - It's Hard Times
Oregon Rooted The Dirt Show #32 - JD Short
J.D. Short Telephone Arguin' Blues (1930)
Oregon Rooted The Dirt Show #64 - JD Short
J.D. Short Slidin' Delta (1962)
J.D. Short - Snake Doctor Blues
The Red River Run
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