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Ain't Nothing But the Blues

Monday, November 01, 2010

Blues legend Buddy Guy is proclaiming he’s 74 years young on his latest album ‘Living Proof’, which features collaborations by Carlos Santana and one of the most renowned figures in blues music to date, B.B King. Not only will he be in the studio to talk about his newest album but also his upcoming concert tours across America, where he continues to spread the gospel.

 

 

 

Today's Playlist:

1. "74 Years Young" - Buddy (Living Proof)

2. "Thank  Someday" (Living Proof)

3. "Stay Around a Little Longer" - featuring B.B King (Living Proof)

4. "Stone Crazy" (Stone Crazy)

5. "Are You Losing Your Mind?' (Stone Crazy)

6. "Skanky" (Living Proof)

Guests:

Buddy Guy

Comments [4]

a g from n j

where have all the comments gone?
you get a million peeps ranting off on stones vs. beetles smackdown,but you don't get a peep, out of the peeps, on one of their musical pops= strange universe.....

Nov. 01 2010 08:03 PM
Jeffrey Vock

Can you ask Buddy about his relationship with Quinn Sullivan the young boy he plays on stage with.

Nov. 01 2010 02:21 PM
Jeffrey Vock

Can you ask Buddy about his relationship with Quinn Sullivan the young boy he plays on stage with.

Nov. 01 2010 02:21 PM
Mark from Westchester

Saw Buddy Guy open for Led Zeppelin at the (NYS) Pavilion, August 1969, first live show ever for me. He was very energetic (for what I thought was an old blues hand, sorry, Buddy.) But the acoustics stank there, sight lines were terrible, my girlfriend insisted on watching perched on my shoulders....had a great time, one of the most influential experiences ever.

Nov. 01 2010 02:13 PM

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