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    Jontavious Willis, 21, first picked up a guitar on Christmas Eve 2010 and is now set to tour with blues legends Taj Mahal and Keb'Mo. Willis, a Columbus State University senior majoring in sociology from Greenville, Georgia, said that after B.B. King died, he decided to "stop sitting on my talent and go out there and do something about it."

Jontavious Willis, 21, first picked up a guitar on Christmas Eve 2010 and is now set to tour with blues legends Taj Mahal and Keb'Mo. Willis, a Columbus State University senior majoring in sociology from Greenville, Georgia, said that after B.B. King died, he decided to "stop sitting on my talent and go out there and do something about it." Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
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