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The story of 83-year-old Mississippi bluesman Leo “Bud” Welch, who released his first album this spring after a lifetime of logging and farming.
Welch spent most of his life, which began in 1932, playing guitar in the church and at family gatherings. He made a living logging and farming. But finally, he decided it was time to make a blues album. He told his preacher of his decision, and the preacher replied, “I don’t prefer no blues,” thus unwittingly providing the title for his parishioner’s album. "I Don't Prefer No Blues” came out on March 23.
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