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Third Greatest guitarist of 100 Greatest Guitarists of all time, according to Rolling Stone Magazine, Riley B. King or B. B. King was born in Itta Bena, Mississippi on September 16, 1925. B. B. King entered the music industry in 1946, when he came to Memphis, but not after too long, B. B. King headed back to Mississippi. After polishing his skills as a musician for two years, B. B. King returned to Memphis once again and joined WDIA, an R&B radio Channel, as a musician. This is where he was started to known as B. B. King, as he earned the nickname of Beale Street Blues Boy. As a singer, B.B. King signed his first record deal with Bullet Records, and released his debut album, "Miss Martha King" in 1949, which wasn't much of a success. Also in the same year, he was dropped by Bullet Records, and he signed a contract with RPM Records. With RPM, during 50's, B.B. King gave out several hit singles like "You Upset Me Baby", "You Know I Love You", "Everyday I Have the Blues" and "Ten Long Years". Hits like these, established B.B. King as one of the most profound R&B singer.
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