B.B. had the blues everyday, and back in 1967 he shared it with the audience at San Francisco's Winterland.
The guitar icon was especially relaxed & spontaneous during this show, making it an authoritative set of smoking blues from start to finish.
The regal bluesman performs staples like "Paying the Cost to Be the Boss" and "Rock Me Baby" to a new audience at the fabled rock haven.
The King of the Blues passed away yesterday at his home in Las Vegas at age 89. Hear classic performances with Lucille from the Vault.
Musician, historian and ambassador for the blues, B.B. will always be one of the most influential guitarists in the history of the instrument.
Hear James Cotton, Paul Butterfield, Magic Dick with J. Geils, Howard Levy with the Flecktones, John Popper with Blues Traveler and more.
The blues scholar and solo troubadour performs classics like "Steady Rollin' Man," "Boogie Chillen" and "Spoonful" in this 1970 set.
The recent Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame inductee died on this day in 1987. Hear him perform tunes from his groundbreaking East West in a '66 set.
The father of modern Chicago blues passed away on this day in 1983. Hear him in the ultimate two-hour playlist spanning 1960-1978.
The formidable string-bending guitarist, who was born on this day in 1923, unleashes on "Crosscut Saw" and "Personal Manager" in 1971.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter passionately delivers tunes from Strong Persuader and Don't Be Afraid of the Dark in this 1989 set.
The neo-bluesman performs John Lee Hooker's "Bumble Bee Blues" and Skip James' "Hard Time Killing Floor Blues" in this '98 Tramps set.