• Buddy Guy returns to Buddy Guy's Legends for 16 shows in January 2015! TICKETS GO ON SALE SATURDAY OCT 25 at 10AM CT via

    Friday Jan 2 - Buddy Guy w/ The Chicago R&B Kings
    Saturday Jan 3 - Buddy Guy w/ Corey Dennison

    Thursday Jan 8 - Buddy Guy w/ Luke Pytel
    Friday Jan 9 - Buddy Guy w/ Carlos Johnson
    Saturday Jan 10 - Buddy Guy w/ Big James and The Chicago Playboys
    Sunday Jan 11 - Buddy Guy w/ Brazilian Blues Revue

    Thursday Jan 15 - Buddy Guy w/ Planetary Blues
    Friday Jan 16 - Buddy Guy w/ Mike Wheeler
    Saturday Jan 17 - Buddy Guy w/ John Primer
    Sunday Jan 18 - Buddy Guy w/ Joe Moss

    Thursday Jan 22 - Buddy Guy w/ Vino Louden
    Friday Jan 23 - Buddy Guy w/ Nellie "Tiger" Travis
    Saturday Jan 24 - Buddy Guy w/ Scott Holt
    Sunday Jan 25 - Buddy Guy w/ Matthew Skoller

    Friday Jan 30 - Buddy Guy w/ Quinn Sullivan
    Saturday Jan 31 - Buddy Guy w/ NuBlu Band

    Thursday and Sunday shows: $55.00
    Friday and Saturday shows: $65.00

    ALL TICKETS SOLD ARE GENERAL ADMISSION. SEATING IS NOT GUARANTEED. All shows are 21+ unless otherwise stated. Please see for seating policy, door times, etc.
  • Tonight at 9pm, Episode 2 of Buddy Guy's Legends Presents The Chicago Blues will be airing on WYCC (for anyone in TV signal distance of Chicago). This episode is about Chicago's own Eric "Guitar" Davis, the young rising blues star who was tragically murdered last December in a random act of gun violence.

  • Here's a sneak peak at Episode 1 from the WYCC series, Buddy Guy's Legends Presents The Chicago Blues. This first episode features iconic sax player Eddie Shaw, who got his start playing with Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf and has been touring with his own band for decades.

    It airs Friday night at 9pm on Channel 20; if you're in Chicago, Wisconsin, Indiana or St.Louis, tune in and watch! If you're anywhere else, call your local PBS station and tell them you want to see this series (it will be going into national syndication in the spring).

  • On this day in 1957, Buddy Guy left home for Chicago. Ardent fan Andrew Michael Smith decided to commemorate the occasion by sending Buddy a custom-made polka-dot cigar box guitar, a two-stringer just like Buddy's first homemade axe. Check out the cool photos! And in honor of the occasion, anybody who picks up an autographed copy of "When I Left Home" (Available here) will get a special "Buddy Guy: Lettsworth to Chicago button."

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