Eddy Clearwater

Jan 10, 1935 – Jun 1, 2018 (Age 83)


Eddy Clearwater, Chicago bluesman known as "The Chief," died Friday, June 1, 2018, in Skokie, Ill., according to the Associated Press. He was 83. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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I say I am a student because Mr. Harrington taught me so much about integrity dignity professionalism. Saw him live and will never forget it. I was about 50 at the time now 64. We chatted briefly. He was so nice and he "cooked" that night. I know he's in Heaven. G-D bless you Eddy

My family has always loved the blues. We thank MR Waters for his contribution to his craft. To the family may God grant you the comfort and peace to assist you as you grieve. You have my condolences.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

I would like to express my deepest sympathies for the loss of your loved one, who will be remembered for his contribution to the music industry. May you find comfort and help in God during this time of sorrow.

When one possesses a talent and shares it with others it is well appreciated as is evidence of Eddy's accomplishments and the joy he brought others. Family, enjoy your memories of him and trust in the love of God, friends and family to assist you through your grief.

Our deepest condolences and love to dear Renee & family
God Bless Eddie RIP
Darlene & Bernie

Wise Fool's Pub. He'd walk OUT of the place as he played, so the folks who couldn't get in could see him!

"The Chief" may have performed in venues all over the globe but never was he more welcomed than the night he played at CODA in Joplin, Mo.
(A video of the evening is on-line for all to see yet.) The audience was elated and the showman / musician did not fail to deliver in presenting an outstanding show. It was a terrific event - brought joy to all and now, a delightful memory.

May the Angels in Heaven's Band scoot over 'n make room for their newest member, for...