Support. Saw him a few years ago in Santa Barbara and boy was it a blast. He's got diabetes pretty bad but his feet still dance up a storm while he's sitting on stage. We'd be lucky to have him and Lucille show us what's up.
3/18-19: Starry Nites Festival @ Live Oak
3/25: Peggy Gou, Aaron Clark, Mike Gushanksy @ Audio
3/27: Strand of Oaks @ The Independent
3/31: Max Cooper @ PW
3/31: Shifted @ f8
4/5: Tin Man @ f8
4/7: Cosmin TRG @f8
4/8: Anthony Naples, Solar @ Monarch
4/12: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard @ The Fillmore
I was fortunate enough to see him last night at the OC Fair. Quite a great show!
A true legend in his own right. Very few can be so jovial and humorous with a crowd as well.
Nelson slot main, or Cohen slot outdoor.
Dating myself brutally here but...
One of the best sets I've ever seen was BB's 6 pmish set at the Original Farm aid on University of Illinois Campus in 1985. They went on one at time in those days, B.B was supposed to play for twenty minutes, but didn't leave the stage for over an hour.
In today's era, they would have pulled the plug on him...but that day, they just let him run long, and all were the better for it.