WILLIE BUCK @ Buddy Guy’s Legends
Ages 21 and upSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Show: 9pm $15 Buddy Guy’s Legends
Free Jazz set: Duke Jazz 5:30-8PM
Staff, patrons, and performers will be required to show proof of vaccination OR a negative COVID test within 72 hours of doors opening. Patrons will be asked to show their valid vaccination card or negative test results (clear photocopy or digital photo is permissible) when they arrive at the door for entry. Masks will be worn by staff at all times and will be required of all attendees when not eating and drinking— regardless of vaccination status.
All tickets sold are General Admission, which means table/bar seating are on a first-come, first-served basis. Buying your ticket online in advance guarantees admission (not seating). We recommend arriving early for seating. The number of patrons in our standing room areas will be limited to maintain safe distances.
Buddy Guy’s Legends is pleased to announce that we will now allow video recording as well as photos. We ask that patrons be courteous and not block the views of others around them. No professional photo/video equipment will be allowed without a media pass.
No luggage, large bags, backpacks, briefcases, or computer bags. Small bags and purses are subject to search.
Willie Buck has been leading his own bands for over 40 years. He’s been on the scene since his arrival in Chicago as a teenager in the midst of the heyday of Chicago blues in 1953. He put out his only album in the early 80s which became a collector’s item over the years and was re-issued in 2010 as The Life I Love (Delmark 805). At that time it was decided Willie would create a new album for Delmark but it wasn’t until Rockin’ Johnny stepped forward that the project got off the ground. Cell Phone Man features 16 songs with a heavy dose of Muddy Waters Chicago Blues. Rockin’ Johnny Band is Rockin’ Johnny, Rick Kreher, guitar; Barrelhouse Chuck, piano; John Sefner, bass; Steve Bass, drums and special guest Bharath Rajakumar, harmonica.