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Buddy Guy
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Musician
    (July 30, 1936- )
    Birth name is George Guy
    Recorded the albums 'A Man and his Blues,' 'This is Buddy Guy!,' 'Buddy and the Juniors,' 'Hold that Plane,' 'Play that Blues,' 'Drinkin' TNT 'N' Smokin' Dynamite,' 'Alone and Acoustic,' Stone Crazy!, 'I Was Walkin' Through the Woods, 'Left My Blues in San Francisco,' 'Damn Right I've Got the Blues,' 'My Time After Awhile,' 'Breaking Out,' 'Feels Like Rain,' 'D.J. Play My Blues,' 'Slippin' In,' 'Heavy Love' 'Everyday I Have the Blues, 'Sweet Tea,' 'Blues Singer' and 'Bring 'Em'
    Won the Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album (1991, 1993, 1995)
    Won the Grammy for Best Instrumental Rock Performance (1996)
    Won the Grammy for Best Traditional Blues Album (2003)
    Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (2005)
    On occasion he would play with drumsticks.
    His original record company, Cobra was unsuccessful.
    Chess Records, who made only blues records, considered his music 'mother fucking noise.'
    Chess hated his voice and Rush was on the record company at the time.
    He is mad at himself for not going to England like Jimi Hendrix did in the 1960's.
    Hendrix and Eric Clapton even encouraged him to go to England.
    He is one of the most successful Blues artists of all-time.
    Many British rockers listened to him to understand American blues.
    Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix both did some of his guitar tricks, like playing with your feet.
    Eric Clapton once said 'Buddy Guy is by far and without a doubt the best guitar player.'
    Clapton calls his music 'total freedom of spirit.'
    Jimi Hendrix had cancelled some of his concerts just to here him play.
    Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Bill Wyman and Stevie Ray Vaughan are huge fans of his, just to name a few.
    He has worked with Eric Clapton, Muddy Waters, Stevie Ray Vaughan and the Rolling Stones.
    His mentor was Muddy Waters.
    He has very high energy, even in his 70's.

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