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Anson Funderburgh (born James Anson Funderburgh, November 14, 1954,
Plano, Texas) is an American blues guitar player and bandleader of
Anson Funderburgh and the Rockets since 1978. Their style
incorporates both Chicago blues and Texas blues. In 1981,
Funderburgh released the Rockets' debut album Talk to You By Hand
from New Orleans, Louisiana's based Black Top Records. The band
consisted of Anson, with Darrell Nulisch on vocals and harmonica.
The album included a cover version of Earl King's song, "Come On."
Talk to You By Hand was also the first ever release by the record
label. The band appeared at the 1984 San Francisco Blues Festival.
When Nulisch left the band in 1985, Funderburgh invited the blues
harmonica player Sam Myers from Jackson, Mississippi to fill in the
spot. The first Rockets' recording featuring Myers was My Love Is
Here To Stay which came out in 1986. He stayed with the band until
his death on July 17, 2006, appearing on eight albums with them.
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