Aliases and psudeoynms aside, Charlie Hicks AKA Charley or Charlie Lincoln was an above-average country blues vocalist. He teamed often with either his brother Robert Hicks AKA Barbecue Bob or with Peg-Leg Howell. His guitar voicings and style were influenced by Curley Weaver, but Hicks was a colorful singer and flashy player. Weaver's mother Savannah taught Lincoln the guitar as a teenager. Lincoln recorded with his brother for Columbia from 1927-1930; he continued playing with him into the '50s, though his performance and playing schedule was highly irregular. A murder conviction ended his career in 1955; he was in prison until his death in 1963. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi

Charley Lincoln Country Breakdown (1927)
Laughing Charlie Lincoln - Doodle Hole Blues
Charley Lincoln - Depot Blues
Charley Lincoln Chain Gang Trouble (1927)
Charley Lincoln - Jealous Hearted Blues
Charlie Lincoln Mama Don't Rush Me (1930)
Charley Lincoln - Mojoe Blues
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