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  1. Barbara Lynn, nacida Barbara Lynn Ozen , ( Beaumont, Texas, 16 de enero de 1942 ), 1 es una cantante, guitarrista y compositora de rhythm and blues estadounidense. Biografía [ editar] Desde niña comenzó a tocar el piano, pasando posteriormente a la guitarra, encordada para tocar con la mano izquierda, ya que Lynn es zurda.

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    Barbara Lynn (born Barbara Lynn Ozen, later Barbara Lynn Cumby, January 16, 1942) [2] is an American rhythm and blues and electric blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. [1] She is best known for her R&B chart -topping hit, "You'll Lose a Good Thing" (1962). In 2018, Lynn received a National Heritage Fellowship. [3] Contents 1 Life and career

  3. Barbara Lynn (born Barbara Lynn Ozen, later Barbara Lynn Cumby, January 16, 1942) is an American rhythm and blues and electric blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. She is best known for her R&B chart-topping hit, "You'll Lose A Good Thing" (1962).

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  4. Barbara Lynn Biography by Steve Huey Singer/guitarist Barbara Lynn was a rare commodity during her heyday. Not only was she a female instrumentalist (one of the very first to hit the charts), but she also played left-handed -- quite well at that -- and even wrote some of her own material.

  5. Lynn was born Barbara Lynn Ozen in Beaumont, TX, on January 16, 1942; she played the piano as a child before switching to guitar, inspired by Elvis Presley.

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  6. Barbara Lynn (Ozen) is a Texan-born R&B guitarist and singer-songwriter. She learned to play piano, but got hooked up with guitar as she was growing up. Soon she was performing in local clubs around Texas, and as she got signed to Jamie Records, she recorded “You’ll Lose A Good Thing”, which she wrote with record producer Huey P. Meaux.

  7. Barbara Lynn - YOU'LL LOSE A GOOD THING - 1962 Original! 212,091 views Sep 18, 2011 With Rene Netto on that great tenor sax part, and Barbara playing her left-handed guitar. Mac Rebennack on pia...

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