Every time you hear Jimi Hendrix play, you hear the inspiration of Buddy Guy. The same is true for Stevie Ray Vaughan. The infamous guitar licks of Jimmy Page in any Led Zeppelin song, inspired by Buddy Guy. Keith Richards and the Rolling Stones probably would not be known to many without Buddy Guy. There wouldn't be a band called "Cream" had Eric Clapton not sat in one night to watch Buddy Guy perform. The list of iconic guitarists and musicians who were inspired by and learned from Buddy Guy is staggering. That list includes many of the current artists cranking out new material today. You can count John Mayer, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jonny Lang, and Gary Clark Jr. as avid followers of this Blues Legend.
Buddy Guy continues to perform and ignite audiences wherever he goes. He's got the energy. He's got the passion. And baby, he's got the blues!
Buddy Guy will be at the Thunder Mountain Amphitheater on Saturday, September 28th. This will not be just another show, this is living history on stage and also the core of your most favorite bands and music that has forever changed your life. You'll hear it and feel it. If you saw the Rolling Stones on August 10th in Denver, I'm betting you were just as immersed in the history of that band as you were the music. Same goes with this show. He is a living history of the greatest music ever made. Actually, it's going to be a little bit better....there would be no Rolling Stones without Buddy Guy.
Check out this great song with Buddy Guy and the Rolling Stones:
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