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Texas Slim could very well be a reincarnate of a passed soulful singer who plays guitar and is once again carving out a niche in blues music history. Born and raised in Dallas, Slim at an early age met and played with the great Alex Moore (who first recorded the blues in 1929) and later Little Joe Blue.
Slim has released two solo records and toured with Cold Blue Steel, Randy McAllister and FOAMY (New Bohemians). He has graced the stages of the House of Blues and is one of the first artists to ever play a Hard Rock Cafe.
2002 saw the birth of the Love Machine. Joey Love and Bill Cornish had known each other for several years. Bill had been an occasional sound engineer for the Blues Xpress and when Joey needed a bass player he called upon Bill, who had recently been on tour with Jimmy Morgan and Texas Slim backing up Randy McAllister. After a year and a half of performing with Bill in the Blues Xpress, Joey sensed he needed a new direction, which came about one night in the back of a club in Dallas when Slim and Joey decided to form a band with another guitarist. As they say, the rest is history.
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