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In 2021-22 Rush and his compilation co-producer (and longtime manager) Jeff DeLia embarked on a project that would honor the legacy of his breakthrough composition/recording. They sought to create four new versions from the artist himself and a group of his high-profile friends.
It took him more than half a century to claw his way to the top. Happy Birthday to the unparalleled Buddy Guy!
“I think one of the best things I’ve learned as an artist is you never want to be put in a box. You always want to have the freedom to test new ground and discover new things.”
Music Photographer Danny Clinch: ‘It’s Always a Collaboration Between Me and the Artist’
“I love the life experience that I get from meeting these really interesting, creative people all the time.”
Listen to episode seven with Buddy Guy
Quinn Sullivan Releases “All Around The World,” Marking A New Chapter for the 21-Year-Old Singer, Songwriter, and Guitarist
“I really respect Buddy’s depth,” Herring said. “That fire was exactly what I wanted to see happen. Sometimes it happens: his electricity, that fire.”
One of Chicago’s own Sons of the Blues, Greg Guy has been playing music most of his life, as it’s in his DNA.
The show was filmed at ACL Live at The Moody Theater in downtown Austin, Texas in October. Guy, along with Shawn Colvin and Lyle Lovett, were honored.
Like Forest Gump, Dick Waterman has always been where the tipping points are in blues.