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Baby Huey & The Babysitters

Baby Huey & The Babysitters

The Indiana-born Baby Huey is the quintessential lost soul hero, having lived a life littered with tragedy, substance abuse and remarkable music. In 1963, James Ramey (who called himself Baby Huey after a "gigantic and naïve" animated duck created in the early fifties), organist/trumpeter Melvin "Deacon" Jones, and guitarist Johnny Ross founded a band called Baby Huey & The Babysitters, which became a popular local act. They released several 45 singles, including "Beg Me", "Monkey Man", "Messin' With the Kid" and "Just Being Careful".

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