Grace Brim

b. 20 July 1924, Biscoe, Arkansas, USA, d. 15 June 1999, Gary, Indiana, USA. One of the few female musicians active on the post-war Chicago blues scene, Brim appeared with her husband John Brim’s group,…
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Year Album Artist
2012 Juke Joints Drums
2011 Power Piano Player: The Complete Sides 1941-1950 Big Maceo Merriweather Harmonica
2009 Black Cat Trail Primary Artist
2008 Blueswomen: Girls Play and Sing... Primary Artist
2005 Detroit Blues: Blues from the Motor City 1938-1954 Main Personnel, Vocals, Harmonica
2004 1950-1953 John Brim Vocals, Harmonica, Drums, Composer, Primary Artist
2004 Volume 2 (1945-1950) Big Maceo Merriweather Main Personnel, Harmonica
2003 Blowing the Blues: A History of Blues Harmonica Primary Artist
2003 Harmonica Blues, Vol. 2: 1946-1952 Vocals, Harmonica, Composer, Primary Artist
2003 Queens of the Blues Composer, Primary Artist
2002 Rough Treatment Composer, Primary Artist
2001 Chicago Down Home Blues, Vol. 1 Vocals
1999 Chicago Slickers, Vol. 2 (1948-1955) Performer, Primary Artist
1998 Chicago Blues Session, Vol. 12 John Brim Drums
1997 Chicago Blues of the 1950's Performer, Composer, Primary Artist
1996 Too Late, Too Late Blues, Vol. 5 Harmonica
1994 Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 9 (1947-1951) Roosevelt Sykes Vocals
1991 The Blues, Vol. 6 [Chess/MCA] Drums
1969 Whose Muddy Shoes John Brim / Elmore James Photography, Drums
Chicago Blues Primary Artist
The J.O.B. Records Blues Story Primary Artist