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Bryce Roberson

Guitarist and sound recording engineer. Worked at Great Lakes in Sparta and Uncle Dirty’s Studio in Kalamazoo.

Obituary:

J. Bryce Roberson, Jazz And Blues Artist

July 15, 1993|By Kenan Heise, Tribune Staff Writer.
J. Bryce Roberson, 60, a blues and jazz musician and part of the “Chess Sound” in the 1950s and 1960s, was a guitarist, bassist and engineer in Chicago for Chess Records, Ter Mar Sudios and Universal Studios.

A resident of Hot Springs, Ark. for the last two years, he died July 6, 1993 in the AMI Medical Center in Hot Springs.

Below are his recording credits:

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