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Ted Hawkins (October 28, 1936 – January 1, 1995) was an American singer-songwriter born in Biloxi, Mississippi. He was an enigmatic figure for most of his career. He split his time between his adopted hometown of Venice Beach, California, where he was a mostly anonymous street performer, and Europe and Australia, where he and his songs were better known and well received in clubs and small concert halls.
Ted Hawkins & Riley Puckett - Hawkins Ra. Ted 'Soul' Hawkins - Baby. album: The Money Soul Story. Steve James - Whole Lotta Women. album: Cold and Bitter Tears: The Songs of Ted Hawkins. Langhorne Slim - Funny Feelin' (for Junior Kimbrough and Ted Hawkins). album: Funny Feelin'. James McMurtry - Big Things. Sunny Sweeney - Happy Hour.
Ted Hawkins always resisted being called a blues singer, and a look at his repertoire shows why. While Hawkins' strong but weather-beaten voice could communicate sorrow and heartbreak as few others could, he could also summon up a joyous fire that's a wonder to behold, and he could work this magic with practically any song he chose to perform, from Sam Cooke's "Bring It on Home to Me" to John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads.
I love Ted Hawkins for the simple purity of his music. He plays a mean guitar, writes telling lyrics. But it's his delivery that sets him apart -- he's not bitter or dark, not "showy" or "innovative. No Disco here, this is deep soul, blues, folk, country, everything American roots music represents is encompassed in Ted's hauntingly beautiful singing and wonderfully sparse guitar playing and foot stomping. Some numbers has Ted playing with Philip Walker's band, who was the studio band for Rounder Records at the time ). This one is not to be missed.
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1974 Georgann Hawkins. NAME Georgann Hawkins AGE 18 DATE OF DISAPPEARANCE June 12, 1974 LOCATION OF DISAPPEARANCE Seattle, Washington – University of Washington DATE BODY WAS FOUND Body never recovered BODY AND DEATH The eighteen year old cheerleader was knocked unconscious with a crowbar and thrown into the car. She regained consciousness some time later and had to be knocked unconscious with the crowbar a second time. Like his other victims, Ted visited the pretty rotting headless corpse of Georgeann Hawkins and had sexual relations with it until it was so used and deteriorated it became useless. Posted on November 30, 2012 at 3:25 PM in Victims RSS feed.
Ted Hawkins (October 28, 1936 – January 1, 1995) was an American singer-songwriter. He was born in Biloxi, Mississippi, United States. Hawkins was an enigmatic figure through most of his career; he split his time between his adopted hometown of Venice Beach, California where he was a mostly anonymous street performer, and Europe, where he and his songs were better known and well received in clubs and small concert halls.
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