Eric Clapton once said Robert Leroy Johnson was “the most important blues singer that ever lived”.  The Americam singer and musician died August 16, 1938, due to unknown reasons. With differing accounts of his death, the most likely backstory to his death was poison – poisoned with strychnine by a lover's jealous husband.  Though Johnson wasn't given much credit for his talent while he lived, post his death, he became a legend.

Eric Clapton once said Robert Leroy Johnson was “the most important blues singer that ever lived”. The Americam singer and musician died August 16, 1938, due to unknown reasons. With differing accounts of his death, the most likely backstory to his death was poison – poisoned with strychnine by a lover's jealous husband. Though Johnson wasn't given much credit for his talent while he lived, post his death, he became a legend.

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