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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by MacNut, May 14, 2015.
One of the greats of music.
The blues has lost a legend. R.I.P.
Truly a legend. Saw him live once many years ago. Now I'm sad I've waited too long to see him again. R.I.P
This sad, RIP.
The thrill is gone BB King RIP
A ledgen great blues player:
A privilege that you were blessed to have experienced.
A true legend and a towering colossus in the history and development of modern popular music. R.I.P. B. B. King.
Thanks for taking the trouble to post and link this.
A true music legend.
Very sad news. I've been a fan of BB's since I was a kid. The thrill is truly gone
Thank you B.B. for always making such wonderful music. I'll spin Live at the Regal tonight like I always do and I'll think of all the times you and your music were there for me.
However, I must point out that Albert King--the real King of the Blues--died 23 years ago.
He also influenced The Strolling Ruins and Zed Leprosy, sorry, that should be The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin LOL
Saw him play in the late '70s. It was a very small venue-- a dance floor with him playing off to the side. I was standing right in front of him about 3 feet away. So energetic, he blew me away.
One of the first things I read this morning. Very sad indeed.....
RIP Mr. BB..........
I've seen him play 6 times I still can't believe the guy that symbolized the blues my entire life is gone.
Was there ever an American blues artist that Led Zeppelin didn't rip-off?
Just one cool man! God bless him!
Sad to see him go. He leaves quite a music legacy behind.