Robert Finley says he's gone from the cotton field to Beverly Hills. At 67, the musician is earning long-overdue attention on account of Sharecropper's Son, his new record that beautifully chronicles his childhood in rural Louisiana, the loss of his eyesight, his unflappable faith and more. Produced by Dan Auerbach, of the Black Keys, it has received critical acclaim en route to landing Finley on the cover of Spin and on stage at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. It wasn't always easy for him though. Not even close.

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