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B.B. King's 1956 single, 'Sweet Little Angel', saw a recording of a live recording. According to the singer, the song was inspired by the Blues...
In 1955, B.B. King recorded 'Every Day I Have the Blues' - a cover of the 1935 Pinetop Sparks song of the same name.
The blues guitarist BB King has cancelled the remaining eight performances of his current U.S tour – including one date at his own club in...
B.B. King gave a live recording of his cover of the T-Bone Walker song, Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just as Bad). The...
B.B. King released the single 'The Thrill Is Gone' in December, 1969, as part of the album 'Completely Well', released in the same year.
For those of you who didn’t manage to get to Crossroads – Eric Clapton’s guitar-fest – you needn’t fear, as the legend himself will be...
The 'Turn On Your Love Light' star, also known as Bobby "Blues" Bland and "The Lion of the Blues", was extremely influential in the blues...
BB King and Eric Clapton jam at Crossroads Guitar FestivalEric Clapton, BB King and John Mayer were among some of genius performers at Clapton's fourth...