"Some of Yank's best work..." John Sebastian

Too Hot For The Devil CD Cover

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Flatrock Records

Too Hot For The Devil featured musicians

Allen Stratyner, Yank Rachell & Pat Webb

Yank's Photo Album

 

Yank Rachell The Blues mandolin man
Born on March 16, 1910 near Brownsville Tennessee, Passed on April 9, 1997 at his Indianapolis Indiana home

Yank was one of the seminal figures in country blues with a unique style of singing and mandolin playing. He was not only a wonderful, powerful singer and player, but also a natural songwriter. He influenced many well-known performers over the course of his lengthy career.Continued

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