Early life[ edit ] Gurley was born in Detroit , Michigan. He never had a guitar lesson, preferring to learn by ear. Early s[ edit ] In , he moved to San Francisco with his wife Nancy and became part of the coffee-house circuit, playing in the folk and country blues tradition. For a time, he played with J. Pickens and the Progressive Bluegrass Boys.

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