Origin: United States
Acoustic guitar/electric guitar
Bob "Steady Rollin'" Margolin picked up the guitar at 15 years old and has gone on to become a master bluesman. As a teenager, he was inspired by Chuck Berry and the "Old School" Chicago Blues. After performing with several groups on the Boston blues circuit, Margolin was invited to join Muddy Waters in 1973. He played with the band for seven years, touring internationally and appearing in the classic Martin Scorsese film The Last Waltz. As a solo artist, Steady Rollin has done just that: releasing three notable albums on premier independent blues label Alligator Records.
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