I learned how to play craps and High Chicago,
said man called The Anti-Clapton, Rocky Hill.
So here comes Rocky Hill, perhaps the wildest and scariest – both onstage and off – of all the white-boy Texas blues guitarists.
In a career that has seen more fits and starts than a stick-shift car driven by a 15-year-old, Hill is hoping to finally get into gear at the age of 46. His show at the Continental Club on July 18, backed by drummer Eric Reininger and bassist Rock Romano, is his fifth since he launched his comeback at the spring 2002.
American Blues were an American 1960s Texas-based garage rock band, who played a psychedelic style of blues rock music influenced by the 13th Floor Elevators.
Around 1968 Rocky left the band, and the remaining two members (Dusty Hill brothers and Frank Beard) joined the recently formed ZZ Top.
Rocky Hill continued to tour around Texas, and elsewhere, becoming one of a number of guitarists well-known within the state for their blues guitar prowess, such as Rocky Athis and Charlie Sexton. In this role, his playing in Austin there were said to have been an influence on guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan's formative years, as well. He sometimes referred to himself as The Anti-Clapton, and one writer with the Houston Press called Rocky perhaps the wildest and scariest – both onstage and off – of all the Texas white-boy blues guitarists.
hi, can someone give me the lyrics about HPD?
I will play it.