Buddy Guy's Legends nightclub has become as celebrated as its namesake for providing the highest quality blues talent to be seen anywhere. From the Monday jam sessions to the constant flow of world-class talent on weekends, Legends is a required stop for soul-stirring blues and barbeque. Chicago Blues Jam brings you a slice of this legendary stage, with interviews and commentary by Buzz Kilman.
Son Seals: Born hearing blues in his father's juke joint, Seals was hailed as a bright hope for the blues when his debut album hit stores in 1973. He hasn't stopped since, performing extensively through Europe as well as North America. You're sure to enjoy this performance captured at Legends by the original "Bad Axe."
Howard & The White Boys: A young band that started jamming together in 1988, Howard & the White Boys has enjoyed substantial success through regular appearances at Legends, as well as being the opening band for Buddy Guy on tour. Enjoy this rare early footage of them performing at Legends.
Blues musician Son Seals jams with Howard and the White Boys on this release. Shot at Legends in Chicago--which is owned by legendary bluesman Buddy Guy--the show forms part of a series of shows from the club. Each release in the series comes from one of Legend's monday night jam sessions, and is designed to highlight the impressive array of talent that has passed through the club's doors.