Slim Dunlap

Rock music, Musical Artist

1951 –

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Who is Slim Dunlap?

Bob "Slim" Dunlap is an American rock musician. He is a Minnesota-based guitarist and singer-songwriter who is best known for replacing The Replacements' original lead guitarist, Bob Stinson in 1987. Dunlap also recorded two solo albums in the mid-1990s.

Dunlap was influenced by Hank Williams and Keith Richards, and has been called "one of the last old-school cool guitar players". Ralph Heibutzki at Allmusic said that he "epitomizes the journeyman musician who plays for the fun of it, when his day gig allows".

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Born
Aug 14, 1951
Minneapolis
Also known as
  • Dunlap, Slim
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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