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Gary Moore with Albert King - "Stormy Monday" (Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1990).....Marvelous interaction between these two bluesmen!

Gary Moore (4 April 1952 – 6 February 2011) - "Need Your Love So Bad" (HD) - Live at Montreux, 1999.....So good! Gary is missed!

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band - "Shotgun Blues" [Live Winterpark, CO 7-16-2000] Noah Hunt - Lead Vocals ~~~ Good blues to make you move!! enjoy

Etta James - "I've Been Loving You Too Long" .....Oh my...goosebumps everywhere!

Otis Spann and Muddy Waters - "Nobody Knows My Trouble"....So good!!!

Gary Moore - "Parisiene Walkways"....Love this!!

Son House (Blues legend) · Courtesy of Dick Waterman

Bukka White, Aberdeen Mississippi

Checkerboard Lounge, 43rd Street (Chicago)

"I Drink Alone" - George Thorogood

PINETOP PERKINS ~ At the Notodden Blues Festival 1998.....Pinetop is 95 in this video!

Tracy Chapman and Eric Clapton sing Tracy's "Give Me One Reason"....Awesome!

"The Sky is Crying" -- Stevie Ray Vaughan, Fender Stratocaster and vocal; Albert King, Gibson Flying V and vocal; Paul Butterfield, harp and vocal; BB King, Gibson Les Paul....Blues doesn't get better than this!

Robert Cray and Shemekia Copeland - "I Pity The Fool"... Awesome!!!

Shemekia Copeland - "I Sing The Blues"....This girl is smokin'!!

Shemekia Copeland - "It Don't Hurt No More"...WOW, she's such a power-house...so good!!

Paul Kossoff's Black Cat Bones - "Feeling Good" [Black Cat Bones was a British heavy blues rock group from London. The band formed in 1966 with original members Paul Tiller (lead vocals and harmonica), Paul Kossoff (lead guitar), brothers Derek Brooks (rhythm guitar) and Stuart Brooks (bass), and Terry Sims (drums).The band is perhaps best known for having had Paul Kossoff and Simon Kirke in its lineup, both of whom later joined Free in 1968.] ~~ Great blues!!

SRV

Derek Trucks

Dr. John "Right Place, Wrong Time" - Guitar Center's Battle of the Blues 2012

Keb' Mo' by Jerome Brunet

Stevie Ray Vaughan at the 1984 Delta Blues Festival at Freedom Village, Mississippi.

Tedeschi Trucks Band, Taj Mahal and Jerry Douglas Perform "Leaving Trunk" Backstage at Beacon Theatre....Awesome!!!

Johnny Winter

Bluesman Huddie Ledbetter, known as 'Leadbelly' standing in the foreground at prison compound No 1. in the Louisiana State Penitentiary. July 1, 1934