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Buddy Guy arrives

George “Buddy” Guy started working as a sideman for Chess Records in 1959 and quickly became a much sought-after guitarist, working with the likes of… 161 more words


Classic Rock Almanac July 30, 2016


2002-Bruce Springsteen releases The Rising, his first studio album with The E Street Band since 1984. They promote it with a brief show at Convention Hall in Asbury Park, New Jersey that is broadcast live on the Today show. 112 more words


Buddy Guy: We gotta be careful how we treat each another.

A few night ago I went to see Buddy Guy play the Apollo Theatre in Hammersmith in London. This is a lovely old theatre dating from the 1930’s with a fan shaped auditorium; it’s comfortable, has good acoustics and it was a fine setting for the blues master, himself born in the 1930s. 837 more words

The Blues

Watch Tom Marker Welcome Buddy Guy To The Stage

Even though he owns the place, it’s always a special occasion when Buddy Guy takes the stage.

Watch above as Tom Marker kicks off Blues Fest weekend by welcoming Buddy Guy to the stage at XRT’s Blues Breakers Blues Fest Live Broadcast from Buddy Guy’s Legends… 8 more words


Buddy Guy Wants To Hang Out With You Tonight

We already know many of you look forward to kicking off Blues Fest weekend with the XRT Blues Breakers Blues Fest broadcast. You sure as heck better know Shemekia Copeland, Toronzo Cannon, and Buddy Guy are ready to play some blues! 92 more words


Eyewitness to rock history: Rock photographer Paul Natkin (JBTV podcast)

Concert photographer extraordinaire Paul Natkin stops by the studio to talk with Jerry. The two talk about rock photography in the past and present, some of Paul’s biggest concert jobs, Material Issue and lots on photography. 22 more words