Slim Harpo

Singer/musician Slim Harpo was a successful blues musician of the late 1950s and 60s, with a laid back singing style and a mastery of the blues harmonica, known in the industry as a “harp.” Evidently his hit song of 1957 “I’m a King Bee” was recently used in the series The Man in the High Castle.

I was thrilled a year ago when the British record label company Not Now Music asked to lease an illustration I’d created previously for the sleeve of a re-release of the music of Slim Harpo. And I just recently found out the label was re-issued this past August, and I’m pleased with the clean, punchy design using my art –

8 thoughts on “Slim Harpo

  1. I think Tom Petty may’ve played it on his “Buried Treasure” show on XM Radio several years ago, too. He loved playing rare blues songs.

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