The proliferation of blues music in the South is a known fact. Every bar, radio station, and country home play a variant of the genre. Its status can be attributed to the men and women of the late 1800s to 1900s who were faithful to it. One of them is the late Jesse Thomas, a blues guitarist, and singer. He was commonly referred to as “Baby Face” or “Mule”. His music career spanned the greater part of six to seven decades. In this article, we pay tribute to the man he was and his contribution to the music industry.