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Buddy Guy & Quinn Sullivan Buddy Guy's Legends
Chicago, IL
January 21, 2017
Saturday 9:30 pm
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Buddy Guy & Toronzo Cannon Buddy Guy's Legends
Chicago, IL
January 27, 2017
Friday 9:00 pm
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Buddy Guy Buddy Guy's Legends
Chicago, IL
January 28, 2017
Saturday 9:30 pm
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Buddy Guy Gaillard Auditorium
Charleston, SC
April 4, 2017
Tuesday 7:30 pm
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Buddy Guy & The Rides King Center for the Performing Arts
Melbourne, FL
April 5, 2017
Wednesday 7:30 pm
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Buddy Guy & The Rides Pompano Beach Amphitheatre
Pompano Beach, FL
April 6, 2017
Thursday 8:00 pm
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Tampa Bay Blues Festival - Friday Admission Vinoy Park
St Petersburg, FL
April 7, 2017
Friday 12:00 pm
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Buddy Guy St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Saint Augustine, FL
April 9, 2017
Sunday 7:00 pm
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Buddy Guy The Philharmonic Center For The Arts
Naples, FL
April 10, 2017
Monday 8:00 pm
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Buddy Guy University at Buffalo Center for the Arts
Buffalo, NY
April 21, 2017
Friday 8:00 pm
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Buddy Guy Massey Hall
Toronto, ON
April 22, 2017
Saturday 8:00 pm
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Buddy Guy Ridgefield Playhouse
Ridgefield, CT
April 25, 2017
Tuesday 8:00 pm
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Buddy Guy Lyell B. Clay Concert Theatre
Morgantown, WV
April 26, 2017
Wednesday 7:30 pm
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Buddy Guy Borgata Casino Music Box
Atlantic City, NJ
April 28, 2017
Friday 9:00 pm
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Buddy Guy NYCB Theatre at Westbury
Westbury, NY
April 29, 2017
Saturday 8:00 pm
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Buddy Guy Rhode Island Center for Performing Arts
Cranston, RI
April 30, 2017
Sunday 7:30 pm
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Buddy Guy Lied Center for Performing Arts
Lincoln, NE
May 4, 2017
Thursday 7:30 pm
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Buddy Guy Indiana University Auditorium
Bloomington, IN
May 11, 2017
Thursday 7:30 pm
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Buddy Guy Palace Theatre-Greensburg
Greensburg, PA
May 14, 2017
Sunday 7:30 pm
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Buddy Guy Count Basie Theatre
Red Bank, NJ
May 17, 2017
Wednesday 8:00 pm
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Buddy Guy B.B. King Blues Club & Grill - New York
New York, NY
May 19, 2017
Friday 8:00 pm
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Buddy Guy B.B. King Blues Club & Grill - New York
New York, NY
May 20, 2017
Saturday 8:00 pm
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Buddy Guy Walton Arts Center
Fayetteville, AR
May 23, 2017
Tuesday 7:00 pm
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Buddy Guy & Charlie Musselwhite Place Des Arts
Montreal, QC
June 30, 2017
Friday 7:30 pm
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Buddy Guy History

When Buddy Guy appears on stage no one can see remnants of his past bouts with intense stage fright. After decades of polishing his act, Buddy Guy has honed his skills as a guitarist and performer. Audiences applaud him around the world and probably clap the loudest in his favorite blues hot spots in Chicago. He battled severe stage fright from his beginnings in the 1950s playing the Baton Rouge blues scene. His very first gigs were with bandleader 'Big Poppa' John Tilley. Guy had to chug a mixture of Dr. Tichenor's antiseptic and wine to battle the butterflies in his stomach. After fighting off the nervous habits on stage he joined up with harpist Raful Neal's band.

After learning with some of the best blues bands down south he made his way to Chicago in 1957 to make a name for himself. It didn't take long for Guy to become known around the Chicago jazz clubs. He started hanging out with the big boys of Chicago blues. Among his newfound friends were Freddy King, Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, and Magic Sam. Magic Sam eventually introduced Guy to Eli Toscano of Cobra Records. Guy soon released two hit singles on the Cobra label. 'This Is the End' and 'Try to Quit You Baby' made big splashes with their use of old fashioned influences combined with Guy's contemporary flare. B.B. King and Guitar Slim were obvious influences on the songs.

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After learning with some of the best blues bands down south he made his way to Chicago in 1957 to make a name for himself. It didn't take long for Guy to become known around the Chicago jazz clubs. He started hanging out with the big boys of Chicago blues. Among his newfound friends were Freddy King, Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, and Magic Sam. Magic Sam eventually introduced Guy to Eli Toscano of Cobra Records. Guy soon released two hit singles on the Cobra label. 'This Is the End' and 'Try to Quit You Baby' made big splashes with their use of old fashioned influences combined with Guy's contemporary flare. B.B. King and Guitar Slim were obvious influences on the songs.

The Cobra label folded around 1960, so Guy moved his career into the hands of the Chess record company. The first two singles released on the new label were more original than his music had ever been. Though what he learned from the older blues greats was still a part of his music, Guy broke out with new techniques and a flare uniquely his own. 'First Time I Met the Blues' and 'Broken Hearted Blues' gained Guy the respect of the blues community in Chicago. Many more singles, like 'Ten Years Ago', 'Stone Crazy', and 'Leave My Girl Alone', on the Chess label helped establish Guy's name and reputation as a great blues artist.

By 1967 Guy was ready to move on. He left Chess and moved on to Vanguard. His first record for the company was A Man and the Blues, which contained a rocking blues version of 'Mary Had a Little Lamb'. Guy began recording with harpist Junior Wells for Blue Thumb in 1969 and Atlantic in 1970. They were also joined by pianist Junior Mance. They played together throughout the 70s, drawing crowds all over. They cut a live record in 1974 of their performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival. Guy continued to tour into the 80s, his reputation still well known to guitarists like Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

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