Albino blues singer and guitarist Johnny Winter released his first album in 1968. He performed nine songs at Woodstock, including two with his brother Edgar Winter, also an albino blues singer. The set included "Johnny B. Goode," "I Can't Stand It," and "Tobacco Road."
In 1977, Johnny produced Muddy Waters' Grammy Award-winning comeback album, Hard Again. In 1988, Johnny was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame, and he continues to record and tour.