Wednesday, October 18, 2006
One of the finest Blues harmonica players, whose recording career spanned over seven decades, Snooky Pryor died in Cape Girardeau, MO at the age of eighty five.
Tuesday, October 22, 2002

Electro-Fi Records released Snooky Pryor and His Mississippi Wrecking Crew, an album by Snooky Pryor, nominated for 2003 W.C. Handy Blues Awards in Traditional Blues Album Of The Year category.

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Tuesday, September 12, 2000

Electro-Fi Records released Double Shot!, an album by Snooky Pryor & Mel Brown, nominated for 2001 W.C. Handy Blues Awards in Traditional Blues Album Of The Year category.

Tuesday, January 14, 1997

Texas Music Group released Mind Your Own Business, an album by Snooky Pryor, nominated for 1998 W.C. Handy Blues Awards in Traditional Blues Album Of The Year category.

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Tuesday, July 17, 1956
Snooky Pryor held a recording sessions for Vee-Jay in Chicago, IL with Johnny Young & Floyd Jones on guitars, and Earl Phillips on drums backing him.
Monday, April 28, 1952
Snooky Pryor, Johnny Shines and Moody Jones held a recording session for JOB records at Modern Recording Studio in Chicago, IL.
Monday, April 28, 1952
Moody Jones made recording session for JOB records with three songs none of which were released. Backing band was Snooky Pryor on harmonica and Sunnyland Slim on piano. Guitar and drums unknown.
Thursday, September 15, 1921
American Blues harmonica player, who started playing amplified harp at the outdoor Maxwell Street market, Snooky Pryor was born James Edward Pryor in Lambert, Mississippi.