Frank Edwards (blues musician)

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Frank Edwards (March 20, 1909 – March 22, 2002)[1] was an American blues guitarist, harmonica player and singer. He was variously billed as Mr. Frank, Black Frank and Mr. Cleanhead.[1] Edwards was born in Washington, Georgia, United States.[1]

He recorded for three record labels in his career; Okeh Records in 1940, Regal Records in 1949, and Trix Records in the mid-1970s.[2] Some more recent sessions were done for the Music Maker Relief Foundation. His most noted recordings were "Three Women Blues" and "Terraplane Blues".[1]

Frank Edwards died of a heart attack[1] in Greenville, South Carolina, while being driven back to his Atlanta, Georgia home, after completing his final recordings at the age of 93.[2]


  1. ^ a b c d e Doc Rock. "The Dead Rock Stars Club 2002 January to June". Retrieved 2016-11-25. 
  2. ^ a b Eugene Chadbourne. "Frank Edwards | Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-11-25. 

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