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Happy Birthday Paul Butterfield

Paul Butterfield known best for his group "Paul Butterfield Blues Band" recorded several successful albums and were a popular fixture on the late-1960s concert and festival circuit. He was the only performer to play The Monterey Pop Festival in '67, Woodstock in '69 and The Last Waltz '76.

They became known for combining electric Chicago blues with a rock urgency as well as their pioneering Jazz fusion performances. After the breakup of the group in 1971, Butterfield continued to tour and record in a variety of settings, including with his mentor Muddy Waters, and members of the group The Band.