Drink Small (born January 28, 1933) is an African American soul blues and electric blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He is known as the ‘Blues Doctor’, and has been influenced by gospel and country music and Blind Boy Fuller. Small was born in Bishopville, South Carolina, United States.
He was self taught on the guitar and organized a local gospel group, the Six Stars. He had eclectic musical influences including Tennessee Ernie Ford, Merle Travis, John Lee Hooker and Fats Domino.
He was rated as one of the best gospel guitarists in the 1950s, before he turned his attention to secular music later in that decade. In 1959, he released the single “I Love You Alberta” on Sharp Records. Small had a long career, recording spasmodically for small record labels, before issuing six albums between 1990 and 2008. He recorded dirty blues tracks such as “Tittie Man and “Baby, Leave Your Panties Home”, with more righteous offerings such as “The Lord Been Good to Me”.