Monday, November 3, 2008
Mississippi Blues Trail marker was established in Crawford, Mississippi to honor The King of Nine String Guitar, Blues legend Big Joe Williams.
Sunday, October 9, 1994

Big Joe Williams' memorial was unveiled with a eulogy by Charlie Musselwhite.

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Sunday, October 4, 1992
Big Joe Williams was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame.
Friday, December 17, 1982
"King of Nine String Guitar", legendary Delta Blues musician, influential songwriter, singer and player of guitar, Blues Hall of Fame inductee, Big Joe Williams died in Macon, Mississippi, aged 79.
Saturday, March 24, 1973

Part of Big Joe Williams' Oldie Blues LP Malvina My Sweet Woman was captured at concert in Zodiac, Amstelveen, Netherlands.

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Monday, March 20, 1972

Big Joe Williams' self-titled LP for Storyville was recorded in Copenhagen, Denmark as well as LP Robert Pete Williams with Big Joe Williams.

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Sunday, December 14, 1969

At Arhoolie House in Berkeley, CA, Big Joe Williams, backed by Charlie Musselwhite on harmonica, recorded Thinking Of What They Did To Me LP for Arhoolie Records.

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Thursday, April 4, 1968

7 inch 45 rpm by Otis Spann ("Tribute To Martin Luther King") and Big Joe Williams ("The Reverend Martin Luther King") was recorded for Cry label dedicated to Martin Luther King.

Friday, May 14, 1965
Self-titled LP of Big Joe Williams was recorded for Folkways Records in New York, NY. Big Joe was on vocals, guitar, and kazoo; Bill Einhorn on harmonica; and Tom Pyle on bass.
Saturday, May 23, 1964

Spivey album Mr. Shortstuff by Short Stuff Macon was recorded in New York, NY. Macon is backed by Big Joe Williams on second guitar and vocals.