He does look good, but he also looks quite a bit thinner than the last time I saw him.He looks great for 80+. Looking at his physical body and the way he stands, he has the body and posture of someone much younger and appears that he works out to some degree.
Agreed but we are in the tiny minority. And it's good to have showmanship, there is enough boring blues acts out there these days. Makes new fans to have someone entertaining.I like it when Buddy does the performing and that fellow with the spinning guitar, stays back. I didn't pay to see that - I'm sorry. I want to see The Man.
Man, I miss those old mailers.Dude, you got to get out...most of the old school blues women/men are gone...only a few left from back in my day. Love Buddy, good fortune to see him 1/2 dozen times in the 70's early 80's in a tiny bar with capacity for 125 souls for $3-4 dollars.
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He played a vintage white Strat all night and I couldn't believe how "live" it was. I swear the pickups could almost pick up his breathing.