Buddy Guy LONDON - Tickets

Buddy Guy LONDON - Tickets
Thu, 13/07/17, 19:30 Eventim Apollo
45 Queen Caroline Street, W6 9QH LONDON

Buddy Guy returns to London to perform at the Eventim Apollo, on Thursday 13th July, 2017.

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Doors 6:30pm
U15s with an adult
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The legendary pioneer of the Chicago blues scene Buddy Guy returns to London to perform at the Eventim Apollo, on Thursday 13th July, 2017.

One of the most exhilarating guitarists in the world, and still in powerful voice, Buddy’s 2015 album Born To Play Guitar debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Blues Album chart and was Grammy nominated. The album, which was produced by Grammy Award winning producer/songwriter Tom Hambridge, and see’s Guy dominate every song, from the upbeat Thick Like Mississippi Mud to the thoughtful lament, Come Back Muddy. Guy once explained that Muddy Waters’ final request to him was “keep the damn blues alive”. He’s still doing just that.

Buddy Guy is a genuine American treasure and one of the final surviving connections to an historic era in the country’s musical evolution. He keeps looking to the future of blue through his ongoing work with his young protégé Quinn Sullivan.