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Otis Rush

Otis Rush Jr. was born in Philadelphia, Mississippi in 1934.  Otis moved to Chicago in 1949 and after being inspired by Muddy Waters,  made a name for himself playing in blues clubs on the South and West sides of the city.  His music career spanned nearly 50 years. “Rainy Night in Georgia”, written by Tony Joe White,  was on his “Right Place, Wrong Time” album, released in 1976. He also released some albums in Europe during the 1970s, but by the end of the decade he had stopped performing and recording. Otis made a comeback in 1985 with a U.S. tour and the release of a live album, Tops, recorded at the San Francisco Blues Festival.  Otis released 17 Albums from 1968 to 2015. He was elected to the Blues Hall of Fame in 1984. In June 2016, Rush made a rare appearance at the Chicago Blues Festival in Grant Park. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel honored Rush's appearance by declaring June 12th to be Otis Rush Day in Chicago.  Otis died on September 29, 2018, from complications of a stroke.

Written by Kathryn Johnson

Right Place, Wrong Time


Released: 1976

Label: Bullfrog Records
Country: US