Buddy Guy Bio, Age, Songs, Albums, Legends, Events

Buddy Guy Bio

George Buddy Guy is an American blues guitarist and singer. He is an exponent of Chicago blues and has influenced eminent guitarists together with Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jeff Beck, Gary Clark Jr., and John Mayer.

In the 1960s, Guy played with Muddy Waters as a house guitarist at Chess Records and began a musical partnership with the harmonica player Junior Wells.

Guy was ranked 23rd in Rolling Stone magazine’s 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. His song Stone Crazy was ranked 78th in the Rolling Stone list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time.

Clapton once described him as the best guitar player alive. In 1999, Guy wrote the book Damn Right I’ve Got the Blues, with Donald Wilcock. His autobiography, When I Left Home: My Story, was published in 2012.

Buddy Guy Age

Guitarist Buddy Guy.

Guy was born on 30th July 1936 in Lettsworth Louisiana where he was also raised. His parents were sharecroppers and Guy as a kid would pick cotton for $2.50 per 100 pounds. As of 2019, Buddy Guy is 83 years old.

He started learning how to play the guitar using a two-string diddley bow he made. Later he was given a Harmony acoustic guitar, which, decades later in Guy’s lengthy career, was donated to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Buddy Guy Songs

» What Kind Of Woman is this-2005
» Five Long Years-
» Slow Blues-1998

» First Time I met The Blues-1972
» Mustang Sally
» Stone Crazy-1972

» Stay Around A little Longer-2010
» Let Me Love You, Baby-
» The Time After AWhile-1972

» Man Of Many Words-1972
» Gone Got Old-2001
» Hoochie coochie man-1977
» Messin’ With The Kid-1972

» Aint No Sunshine-2005
» One Room County Shack-1968
» Baby Please Don’t Leave -2001

» Ten Years Ago-
» When My Left Eye Jumps
» Skin Deep-2018

» Damn Right I’ve Got the Blues
» She Nineteen Years Old-1993
» Cut You Loose-2005

» Someone else is Steppin
» I Smell A Rat-1979
» Where Is The Next One-

» The Things I Used to Do
» Miss You-2010
» 74 Years Young-2010

» Meet Me In Chicago-2013
» I’ve Got Dreams to Remember-2005
» Midnight Train-1998
» When You See the Tears

Buddy Guy Albums

» The Blues Is Alive and Well-2018
» Damn Right I’ve the Blues-1991
» Feels Like Rain-1993

» Born To Play Guitar-2015
» Sweet Tea-2001
» Living Proof-2010

» Bring Em in-2005
» A Man and ThE Blues-1968
» I Left My Blues in San Francisco-1967

» Rhythm & Blues-2013
» Skin Deep-2008
» Hoodoo Man Blues-1965

» Live At Legends-2012
» Stone Crazy-1979
» Drinking TNT ‘n’ Smoking Dynamite
» Alone & Acoustic-1991

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Buddy Guy Events

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Buddy Guy Legends

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Since its opening in June of ’89, Buddy Guy’s Legends has built a reputation as the premier blues club in the world. Backed by Mr. Guy’s personal reputation as the crowned king of Chicago’s electric blues scene and his 50+ years in the music business, Legends is distinguished for its innovative scheduling of local, national, and international blues acts.

In the twenty-five years that Legends has been open, the stage has been graced by some of the world’s most talented musicians. Blues greats like Willie Dixon, Koko Taylor, Otis Rush, Albert Collins, B.B. King, Hubert Sumlin, Johnny Winter, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dr. John, and Junior Wells.

Rock stars, including Bo Diddley, Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, ZZ Top, Lou Rawls, Gregg Allman, and Slash. Even pop stars like John Mayer, Sheila E, and The Pointer Sisters have made their way to this legendary stage. Buddy Guy himself performs every January, selling out a sixteen show residency year after year, delighting crowds that have traveled from all over the world. Some of his fans will camp out overnight – in January, in Chicago – to make sure they get front row seats.

Beyond the legendary performers on stage, the walls are overflowing with the history of the blues. It’s like a museum if museums would let you drink and dance. Where else can blues fans find original artwork painted on the wall, records, rare photos, and old Howlin’ Wolf contracts, along with personal items from some of the world’s most influential performers?

Among the many items on display: Buddy’s Grammy and Blues Music Awards, he’s won 34 – more BMAs than any other artist, as well as his Kennedy Center Honors and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame status.

You’ll also find the guitar Keith Richards gave to Buddy in the Scorsese film Shine A Light, gloves from Muhammad Ali, and the most recent addition, still waiting for a display case: a pair of shoes and a scarf from Jimi Hendrix. A world-renowned collection of guitars hangs behind the bar, gifts from B.B. King, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

In November 1994, Eric Clapton graced the stage with three sold-out performances. The unprecedented concerts awed the crowd as Clapton called up Otis Rush to jam and nodded to the Who’s Pete Townsend, who had stopped by to take in the show. Legends truly live up to its name.

Now in its 25th year, the club, like Buddy himself, shows no signs of slowing down. Instead, Legends continues to grow and innovate. Buddy now has his own beer, The Buddy Brew, with his signature polka dots all over the Stratocaster tap handle and the black and white bottles. The club has launched the Intimate Concert Series, bringing high profile acts like Johnny Winter, Sheila E, and Larry Carlton to play up-close-and-personal shows for their fans.

Legends have partnered with WYCC PBS Chicago to produce a TV series, “Buddy Guy’s Legends Presents The Chicago Blues,” airing in the fall of 2014. And now they are sending the blues around the world each night, with live video streaming of every performance through Gigity.TV.

There is only one place in Chicago to experience the finest blues seven nights a week, enjoy fantastic southern Cajun soul food and behold a major archive of blues memorabilia. That place is Buddy Guy’s Legends. Voted “Best Blues Club” several times over by Living Blues Magazine, Citysearch, and given the “Keepin’ the Blues Alive” award by the Blues Foundation, Legends continues to be a mecca for the blues.

Buddy Guy Net Worth

George Buddy Guy is an American blues guitarist and singer. Therefore Guy’s main source of income is as a guitarist. So How Rich is Buddy Guy?  Buddy Guy’s estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles is rounded up below.

According to Wikipedia, Forbes & Various Online resource, Buddy Guy’s estimated net worth $2 Million. You may also check previous years net worth, salary & much more from below.

Estimated Net Worth in 2019 $2 Million
Previous Year’s Net Worth (2018) $2 Million
Annual Salary Under Review.
Income Source Primary Income source Guitarist.

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