Aaron "Pinetop" Sparks (born Aaron Gant, May 22, 1910 – November 5, 1935) was an American blues pianist active in St. Louis in the early 1930s. Not only fine boogie-woogie musician, he and his brother Marion also wrote blues songs themselves. One such song was "Every Day I Have the Blues", which Sparks made the first recording of in 1935. He died in his twenties from either poisoning or exhaustion
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