Note: Big Bill Broonzy described his exodus from the South in 1920, and his arrival to Chicago. He originally was helped and housed by his brother in Chicago and got a job at the Pullman Company, where he worked for four years. He then began playing the guitar and practicing as a professional musician, making money as a performer and recording artist.
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