Peetie Wheatstraw

William Bunch

Also known as P. Wheatstraw, Peetie Wheatshaw, Peetie Wheatstraw (The Devil's Son-In-Law), Pete Wheatstraw, Wheatstraw
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peetie_Wheatstraw

Discography of Peetie Wheatstraw:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Blues Classics By Kokomo Arnold / Peetie Wheatstraw 18 Audio 1964 Blues Classics
2 The Devil's Son-In-Law 18 Audio 1996 Orbis
3 Peetie Wheatstraw 1930-36 16 Audio 1975 Flyright Records
4 Creeping Blues / Ice And Snow Blues 2 Audio Bluebird (3)
5 King Spider Blues / Cocktail Man Blues 2 Audio Decca
6 Six Weeks Old / C And A Blues 2 Audio 1931 Vocalion (2)
7 Down With The Game Volume 4 14 Audio Not On Label
8 The Devil's Son In Law (1930-1941) 20 Audio 1988 Blues Documents
9 Volume 1: The Devil's Son-In-Law - 1930-36 16 Audio Saydisc Matchbox
10 Volume 2: The High Sheriff From Hell 1936-38 16 Audio Saydisc Matchbox
11 This Is The Blues - Vol. 8 4 Audio 1963 Brunswick
12 I Don't Feel Sleepy 2 Audio 1942 Decca
13 1931-41 - The Devil's Son In Law 18 Audio 1987 Old Tramp
14 Volume 2 1930-1938 18 Audio 1990 Old Tramp
15 Little Low Mellow Mama / Sinking Sun Blues 2 Audio 1939 Decca
16 The Devil's Son In Law (1937-1941) 18 Audio Best Of Blues
17 Bring Me Flowers While I'm Living / Hearse Man Blues 4 Audio Decca
18 Working Man (Doing The Best I Can) / Low Down Rascal 2 Audio 1936 Decca


American blues pianist, guitarist and singer a.k.a. The Devil's Son In Law, The High Sheriff of Hellborn, born 21 December 1902 in Ripley, Tennessee, USA (or Cotton Plant, Arkansas, USA) and died when a train hit the car he was sitting in on his 39th birthday on 21 December 1941 in St Louis, Missouri, USA. Inducted into Blues Hall of Fame in 2008.


Comments about Peetie Wheatstraw: