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Guest Book

Karen Burke said on Feb 18, 2016 10:29 PM

I grew up hearing my father talk about Bill Doggett and Honky Tonk. He finally taught me how to play it on the guitar and it was so cool. Happy 100th Bill!!

Ken Hanes said on Feb 18, 2016 10:38 AM

Happy birthdya and thank you VERY much for the memories!

Michael C Gwynne said on Feb 18, 2016 8:18 AM

Saw you at Showman's in NYC back in 1998 as you sat in your van outside between sets. We talked about me spending my lunch money playing' Honky Tonk' Pt 2 on the jukebox at Pops Candy Store in Detroit when I was 14. You laughed and offered me a quarter as payback. Billy Butler's opening on Pt 1 is still with me and the tenor groove created by Clifford Scott is something I still enjoy today. Sixty years later. You were great man! Happy 100. You're still with us!

K. joy Ballard Peters said on Feb 18, 2016 7:16 AM

Fabulous tribute done with knowledge and love! Proud to be a part of our family.

Esteban Steve Jordan III said on Feb 17, 2016 1:01 PM

Happy Birthday to the late Bill Dougett. Much respect and also to San Antonio's Clifford Scott. Music legends and inspirationist's. Honky Tonk is a blues milestone that every musician should learn. Chester Tompson also a music legend, will definatly honor the man who brought real essence and soul to the music. RIP and we are here celebrating you musical triumphs for our future generations. Happy 100 !!

Doug Carn said on Feb 17, 2016 12:14 PM

Happy 100th Bill. We will never forget the way that you make the Organ swing!

Pete Fallico said on Feb 17, 2016 8:48 AM

In celebration of Bill 'Mr. Honky Tonk' Doggett's 100th year

Holly Wallace said on Feb 17, 2016 7:47 AM

Happy Birthday Bill Doggett! Looking forward to celebrating at a special centennial concert featuring Santana and Tower of Power veteran keyboardist Chester ‘CT’ Thompson and acclaimed blues vocalist Terrie Odabi. Sat, Mar 5 @ 8pm, Jade Leaf Lounge. Kaiser Permanente San Jose Jazz Winter Fest presented by Metro http://sanjosejazz.org/winter-fest/

Cary Ginell said on Feb 17, 2016 3:07 AM

Happy birthday to an "organic" part of music history!

Chris Richardson said on Feb 17, 2016 1:46 AM

What great fun to speak with you last Saturday on WPFW's "Andrea Bray Show" about your uncle's legacy and learn, for example, that "Part 2" of "Honky Tonk" was actually the jukebox favorite! Be sure to check out the link to the June 1986 of Cincinnati Magazine in today's Zero to 180 special "Centennial" celebration -- Bill Doggett is given a fair amount of ink in this lengthy piece about Syd Nathan's independent operation: http://www.zeroto180.org/?p=22810

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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

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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

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