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Earl has won
three Blues Music Awards in the category of Guitar Player of the Year.
This blues guitarist is
originally from Queens, New York. Ronnie Earl began his career playing rhythm guitar at The Speakeasy, a blues club in Cambridge,
Massachusetts. He later joined the band Roomful of Blues as a lead guitarist in 1979. After he left the group several years
later, he began collaborating with artists such as Earl King, Jimmy Rogers, and Jimmy Witherspoon. In 1988, Earl founded a
band called The Broadcasters.
Earl's song "Hey Jose" was named Best Blues/R&B Song at
the Independent Music Awards in 2004.