D.C. Minner

Singer-songwriter, Musical Artist

1935 – 2008

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Who was D.C. Minner?

D.C. Minner was an American blues musician, teacher, and philosopher who was known for sharing music with children and adults alike throughout Oklahoma and beyond.

Born in Rentiesville, Oklahoma, he performed with O. V. Wright, Freddie King, Chuck Berry, Eddie Floyd and Bo Diddley, and was inducted into the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame in 1999. He owned the 'Down Home Blues Club' in Rentiesville, where he and his wife Selby Minner held a long-running annual blues festival, the 'Dusk 'til Dawn Blues Festival'. The couple had won an international KBA from the Handy People for their BITS work with kids.

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Born
Jan 28, 1935
Rentiesville
Profession
Died
2008
Oklahoma

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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