Along with B.B. King, George "Buddy" Guy is perhaps the quintessential modern blues singer/guitarist. Born in 1936, Guy came from the original wave of Chicago blues players who made a major impact on rock 'n' roll, establishing himself with Howlin' Wolf, Koko Taylor, and Muddy Waters before going solo — often co-leading a band with harmonica legend Junior Wells. Guy's trademarks are his piercing, coiled-snake guitar tone and his anguished, seething vocals. And the three-disc... More >>>