Sunday, May 17, 2015
Vale: BB King.
I saw BB King only once, sometime in the 80s. What a great show! I would have loved to have seen him again, and again, but it wasn't to be. And now it's too late.
If you haven't read his autobiography, I recommend that you do so as soon as possible. He truly was poor, being the son of a sharecropper, picking cotton as a child and basically living alone from the age of ten. He had a real tough start to his life, but it speaks testaments to the man that he did what he did from those humble beginnings.
Last night I played two BB King albums back to back and raised a glass of red wine to his memory.
He was 89.
Posted by Steve Cameron at 7:48 AM
Labels: bb king, blues, Blues Brothers, solomon burke, sonny terry
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