In the early thirties, boogie was rare on the guitar, something to be heard.
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Through LaVere, Sony Music placed a marker at this site, which bears LaVere's name as well as Johnson's.
One version of Ledell Johnson's account was published in 's 1971 biography of Tommy Johnson, and was repeated in print in 1982 alongside House's story in the widely read Searching for Robert Johnson, by Peter Guralnick.