- Perkins, Pine Top
- Perkins, Willie Pinetop
- Perkins, Joe Willie
- Belzoni, Miss.
- Austin, Tex.
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Antone's tenth anniversary anthology [SR] p1986: container (Pinetop Perkins)
- found: Muddy Waters. Hard again [SR] 198-?, p1977: insert ("Pine Top" Perkins, piano)
- found: All-media guide WWW page, Apr. 27, 1999 (Pinetop Perkins; b. July 7, 1913, Belzoni, MS; guitar, piano, vocals)
- found: Blues routes [SR] p1999: label (Willie "Pinetop" Perkins) insert (b. 1913 on Honey Island Plantation, Belzoni, Miss.)
- found: Perkins, P. Live at Antone's. Vol. 1 [SR] p2000: label (Pinetop Perkins) insert (Joe Willie "Pinetop" Perkins; b. July 7, 1913; pianist)
- found: Enc. of pop. mus., 3rd ed. (Perkins, Pinetop; b. Joe Willie Perkins, July 7, 1913, Belzoni, Miss.; blues pianist)
- found: Hooker, E. Two bugs and a roach [SR] 1969: container (Joe Willie Perkins, piano & guitar)
- found: New York times WWW site, Mar. 22, 2011 (in obituary published Mar. 21: Pinetop Perkins; b. Joe Willie Perkins, July 7, 1913, Belzoni, Miss.; d. Monday [Mar. 21, 2011], Austin, Tex., aged 97; boogie-woogie piano player who worked in Muddy Waters's last great band and was among the last surviving members of the first generation of Delta bluesmen)
- 1991-09-17: new
- 2013-03-21: revised