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 LJB painting created by
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'On behalf of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, I want to offer condolences to his family and friends.
He is remembered here for his great contributions. I'm sorry that we ended up having a schedule conflict last year
and were not able to bring him to Cleveland. I send regards to you and, again, thank you for passing along
this sad news.'
-Dr. Warren Zanes/Rock&Roll Hall of Fame
'Eric Clapton has said many times that John was one of the musicians that inspired him to play the Blues.
And for their internationally televised special in 1964, the Beatles invited John to perform 'I Got My Mojo Working'
In those days the only music we fell in love with was the Blues, and John was the first white guy singing it, in his wonderful voice. It was the true Blues and everyone looked up to him'. - Rod Stewart
'I first glimpsed sight of John on Charing Cross Station in 1957. He was carrying a guitar with "Long John" painted
in white across the case. I subsequently got to know him and busk with him a few times under the arches at Charing Cross (across from the 'Gyre and Gimble') He was truly a profound influence on the budding young Blues guitar crowd
at that time. I shall cherish those memories of happy times listening to John in the Soho coffee houses.' -Wizz Jones
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