Who was blind at birth and only a tweeny 12-year-old when he scored his first #1 hit? You guessed it, LITTLE STEVIE WONDER, and the song was Fingertips. One of the very first (live) singles to hit #1 on the Hot 100.
GUITAR ADVICE is sometimes cheap, sometime generic. Tennessee cotton picker, Carl “Blue Suede Shoes” Perkins learned on a jackleg cigar box and broomstick. It was said Perkins got his first pickin advice and learned his first chords from an elderly black man he picked cotton with. “Lean your head down to that guitar. Get close to it. Til you can feel it travel down the strangs, come through your head down to your soul where you live. You can feel it. Let it viber-rate.” Segovia couldn’t have phrased it any better.