rabbit foot in a sentence
- They have drafted everybody but what they need _ Mr . Rabbit Foot.
- This time armed with a flame thrower, electrical cables, and a lucky rabbits foot.
- They must have a bunch of ( expletive ) rabbit foots up their ( expletive ) butt.
- Any other year, you'd already be looking for that magic rabbit foot to take to the lottery ."
- He then traveled for two years with the Rabbit Foot Minstrels, a popular tent show, making appearances throughout the South.
- This resulting cassette, filled with fractured folk songs and environmental psychedelia became the " Rabbits Foot Propellor " CD on Three Lobed Recordings.
- At age 22, McGhee became a traveling musician, working in the Rabbit Foot Minstrels and befriending Blind Boy Fuller, whose guitar playing influenced him greatly.
- He did two tours with the show Rabbit Foot Minstrels, then returned to New Orleans in 1938, but found little work there and moved to New York City.
- After graduating from high school, Thomas toured the South as a dancer, singer and comedian with the Rabbit Foot Minstrels until he married in 1940 and settled in Memphis.
- The term " spasm band " has been revived by jazz groups the Barnstormers Spasm Band, The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band, The End Times Spasm Band, and Anthony Joseph and The Spasm Band.
- In 2006, an exhibition, " The Blues in Claiborne County : From Rabbit Foot Minstrels to Blues and Cruise ", was shown in Port Gibson, exploring the history of the show, with artifacts and memorabilia.
- Cox's early experience with touring troupes included stints with other African-American travelling minstrel shows on the Theater Owners Booking Association vaudeville circuit : the Florida Orange Blossom Minstrels, the Silas Green Show, and the Rabbit Foot Minstrels.
- A variation of these lyrics first appeared in Blind Lemon Jefferson's 1926 song " Rabbit Foot Blues . " They also appear in Taj Mahal's song " Good Morning Miss Brown " on his 1968 album " The Natch'l Blues ."
- The Rabbit Foot Minstrels, organized by F . S . Wolcott and based after 1918 in Port Gibson, Mississippi, were important not only for the development of Cox s performing career but also for launching the careers of her idols Ma Rainey and Bessie Smith.