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B.G. Rhule said on Sep 2, 2018 2:19 AM

What a wonderful tribute to such a worthy musician. Long Live Bill Doggett!

Emily Salazar said on Apr 26, 2018 1:07 AM

I am so happy to have found this website. I'm from Houston. I remember Honky Tonk, Slow Walk, Hippy Dippy, and so many more. I was and still am a big fan.

Mr. Boogaloo said on Feb 18, 2018 6:22 AM

I dig "The Worm," one of Bill Doggett's early Sixties records, the most! All of his records are great. Glad you have this tribute to him.

Danielle said on Feb 16, 2018 11:47 PM

Wow!!!! Mr. Bill Doggett is part of the reason I am who I am!!! My name is Danielle,I am the daughter of the late drummer, Emmett Spencer (d.1988). Mr. Doggett gave my father his first shot at really honing his craft when he somehow convinced my grandfather to allow my teen-age father to drop out of high school to join his ban. My father traveled through the country playing the drums for Mr. doggett throughout the '60's. I do believe that he record Honky Tonk (1&2) and Wow, with him. Please correct me if I am wrong. In 1966 my father was playing with Mr. Doggett in a club in Cleveland, Ohio, where he met my lovely mother. I found an old picture of my father playing with Mr. Doggett on the internet (wish I knew how to add it to this post)when I showed it to my mother she was able to give me names of the men playing the guitars in the photo I found where her neighbor, Jimmy Landers, and my godfather, Barney Hendrix. My father continued to play, mostly locally after leaving the band, but would ALWAYS talk about his start with Mr. Doggett. THANK YOU MR. DOGGETT!!!!

David E. Robinson III said on Jan 23, 2018 3:31 AM

"Honky Tonk" might have been my earliest lesson in ear training at the age of one when I would hear that lick in the tenor sax solo. We don't hear much about James Brown and Bill Doggett collaborating on musical projects. James Brown did an arrangement of it, which had a background of the JB's, "Funky Good Time."

Steve Moran said on Nov 15, 2017 11:26 AM

I enjoyed this site that honors a great man and his style of music. I'm currently writing a research paper about Bill Doggett, and this is a valuable resource. Thank you for this dynamic site!

Steve DeBro said on Nov 8, 2017 4:35 AM

Honky Tonk! What a song, what an important family--not just in music but civil rights. Keep it rolling Bill!

Charles Timberlake said on Oct 25, 2017 11:03 PM

Like the site!

Bill Wurtzel said on Oct 14, 2017 6:13 AM

The 7 years I spent as Bill's guitarist were pure joy. Our last concert was a tribute to Bill's collaboration with Ella.

richard dowdy said on Jun 19, 2017 11:19 PM

Bill: Good talking with you yesterday in Long Beach. I support your efforts and hope you prevail in the end!

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Happy 103rd Birthday Bill Doggett February 16th, 2019

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MARCH 2017 issue

London/Europe's leading Rhythm and Blues magazine

Blues and Rhythm - A Bill Doggett Feature

written by Bill Doggett II

Rare Doggett family 1939-41 photos taken by family & younger brother John Doggett, Tenor Sax in brother Bill's 1936-38 Philadelphia Swing Combo,

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 Photo of me and my uncle Bill and aunt,{his wife}

Angelyn Garlington Doggett circa 1989-90

photo by my dad, Bills younger brother, Reverend John N Doggett Jr, the renowned

St Louis Civil Rights Leader/Minister 

Lost photograph from the Archive of Bill's younger brother,

Reverend John N Doggett Jr. Photo 1960 Los Angeles taken at 1809 Viriginia Road

by renowned LA photographer, Harry Adams

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