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Piedmont blues legend John Cephas passed away yesterday, reportedly of natural causes. He was 78 years old. Cephas was a singer and renowned finger-picking blues guitarist for the award-winning duo Cephas and Wiggins with partner Phil Wiggins. The pair played all over the world, delivering a Southern Piedmont-style of blues to crowds around the world for the past four decades. Read an interview with Cephas and Wiggins in BRO’s current March issue here. Read more about the life of John Cephas here.

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