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About King Biscuit Boy
King Biscuit Boy or Son Richard (9 March 1944-5 January 2003) was a Canadian blues and rhythm & blues singer, guitarist, harmonica player, and songwriter. Born Richard Alfred Newell in Hamilton, Ontario, he first heard the blues on U.S. radio. At the age of seventeen he started playing the harmonica, playing with local blues and rock bands. In 1966 he joined the Toronto band, the Mid-Knights, leaving them to go on tour singing and playing harmonica from 1968 to 1970 with Ronnie Hawkins (who named him "King Biscuit Boy" after the Arkansas blues programme, King Biscuit Time).