Grady Champion is a blues singer and harmonica player from Jackson, Mississippi, who started his career in music in the early 1990s as a rapper under the name MC Gold. After he discovered the blues, he immersed himself in the music of legendary blues man Sonny Boy Williamson, also a Mississippi native, and taught himself to play the harmonica. Champion released his debut studio album, Payin' For My Sins, in 1999, and has since garnered critical acclaim for his soulful brand of blues music.
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