I cannot fathom why Howlin' Wolf is not a huge Internet sensation. He was the coolest, best-sounding blues singer of all time. His voice was incredible and his harp and guitar playing completely served the songs (I am so sick of the phrase, but it applies here as nowhere else). He has one bio out and one film/DVD of his life. But his website is just something run by a guy who has photos to sell. I have enjoyed reading about how he came up to Chicago in a station wagon with money in his pocket, unlike other blues singers who didn't have a dime; how he had a form of unemployment insurance for his musicians; how he learned to read in night school; how he took music theory lessons from a Chicago Conservatory professor for a year; how he kept tearin' it up until the end; how only Bill Wyman visited him when the Stones played Chicago right before his death. Can you help a bro out and feed me some more Wolf stories?