Buddy Guy Tour 2018 Tickets, Dates, Concerts

Active

1950s - 2010s

Formed

July 30, 1936 in Lettsworth, LA

Genre

Blues

Styles

Regional Blues
Modern Electric Chicago Blues
Electric Chicago Blues
Electric Blues
Chicago Blues

Legendary Blues guitarist Buddy Guy is hitting the road once again to support his brand new album The Blues is Alive and Well with his amazing Buddy Guy North American Tour 2018 schedule to appear in at least 54 confirmed tour dates in venues like Theaters, Art Centers, and Casinos. The tour started on March 9th at the Center for the Arts in Chandler, Arizona, and will come to an end on February 18th, 2019 at the Rock Legends Cruise VII in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Make sure to check online for all the remaining Tour Dates available as Concert Tickets are already for sale for all the upcoming concert dates, the tour songs list is comprised of Buddy's biggest hits. If there is a Blues shows any should check out, it has to be Buddy Guy, the live experience is one of a kind as you enjoy the legacy of one of the greatest Blues Guitarist in the History of the USA.


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Biography

George "Buddy" Guy was born on July 30, 1936, in Lettsworth, Louisiana, he is an American Blues Guitarist and Singer, he is known for being the embodiment of the Chicago Blues scene. Buddy has been praised for being one of the most inspirational musicians of all time, with a unique style which combines traditional blues with Avant-rock and jazz. His amazing talent and influences have earned him a place amongst the greatest legends as he has been the influence of artists like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, John Mayer, and Jimmy Page all of which have called Buddy the greatest guitarist of all times.

During the course of his incredibly successful career, which by the way spans for many decades, Buddy Guy has been awarded 37 Blues Music Awards, 7 GRAMMY Awards, and Billboard's Magazine Century Award. He currently ranks at number 23 on the 100 Greatest Guitarist of All Time by Rolling Stone Magazine. His latest album which came out on June 15 has the collaboration of legendary rock stars Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Jeff Beck, and James Bay.

He has headlined a number of successful tours throughout his career and has served as opening act for the Rolling Stones and Jeff Beck. He has recorded a whopping 33 Studio Albums, 15 Live Albums, 23 Compilation Albums, 2 Music Videos, 4 EPs, 34 Singles, 1 Tribute Album, and 7 Concert Films. Most recently he made an appearance on the Netflix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, hosted by David Letterman.

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Discography

2018The Blues Is Alive and WellRCA
2015Born to Play GuitarRCA
2013Rhythm & BluesRCA
2012Live at LegendsRCA
2010Living ProofJive
2008Skin DeepJive
2006Carlos Santana Presents: Blues at Montreux 2004Eagle Vision
2005Bring 'Em InJive
2003Blues SingerJive
2002Everything Gonna Be AlrightBlack & Blue
2001Sweet TeaSilvertone Records
1998Last Time Around: Live at LegendsJive
1998Heavy LoveSilvertone Records
1997Try to Quit You BabyRonn Records
1996Live: The Real DealSilvertone Records
1994Slippin' InSilvertone Records
1993Live at the Mystery ClubQuicksilver
1993Feels Like RainSilvertone Records
1992Kings of the Blues GuitarCharly Records
1991Damn Right, I've Got the BluesSilvertone Records
1989I Ain't Got No MoneyFlyright (UK)
1985Ten Blue FingersJSP
1982DJ Play My BluesJSP
1982Drinkin' TNT 'n' Smokin' DynamiteBlind Pig
1981Alone & AcousticAlligator Records
1981Breaking OutJSP
1981Stone Crazy!Alligator Records
1980The Dollar Done FellJSP
1979Got to Use Your HeadBlues Ball
1979Buddy & Phil GuyP-Vine Records
1979Pleading the BluesEvidence
1977Live in MontreuxEvidence
1972Hold That PlaneVanguard
1972Play the BluesRhino
1971Buddy & Junior Mance & Junior WellsHarvest
1970Buddy and the JuniorsHip-O Select
1968Blues TodayVanguard
1968A Man and the BluesVanguard
1968This Is Buddy Guy!Vanguard
1967I Left My Blues in San FranciscoChess
1965Hoodoo Man BluesDelmark

Last News With Performer


Joanna Connor Band - Rock And Roll Gypsy (1995)
July 9, 2018
Tracklist:01. Never Been Rocked Enough 0:03:26.7802. Rock And Roll Gypsy 0:04:04.6603. Howlin' 0:03:55.4904. Slipping Away 0:05:25.9405. Rain On My Window 0:04:53.4806. Think About Me 0:05:14.2407. Driving Wheel 0:03:46.5808. You're So Fine 0:05:09.9309. Fire…
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Twin Cities concerts of the week: Taylor and Raitt, Brandy at Pride, Dua Lipa, Bodega
June 21, 2018
The big gigs for June 22-28, also including Frank Turner, Buddy Guy and some Allman Brothers heirs.
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Bluesmaster Buddy Guy Is 'Alive and Well'
June 20, 2018
There are legends, and then there’s Buddy Guy. The Chicago-based octogenarian blues guitarist originally from Lettsworth, Louisiana just keeps going and going. And if his new album, The Blues Is Alive and Well (Silvertone/RCA) is any indication, the Guy train…
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Futurefile: Template
June 18, 2018
Dates and times are subject to change. Call ahead to confirm. June JUNE 23 Death Cab for Cutie, Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine St., Seattle; free (800-745-3000 or ticketmaster.com). Related For more music and nightlife coverage » JUNE 23 Buddy Guy, 8 p.m., Moore…
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Stream The Best New Albums This Week From Nas, Christina Aguilera, And Jay Rock
June 15, 2018
This week also saw new releases from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Buddy Guy, and Mike Shinoda.
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Tracks Of The Week: new music and videos from Deap Vally, White Denim and more
June 15, 2018
Roll up roll up, come forth and check out this week's selection of first-class new tunes! And don't forget to vote for your favourite at the foot of this page...
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Buddy Guy Opens Up About The Blues And His Decades-Long Friendship With Mick Jagger And Keith Richards
June 7, 2018
Catching up with the Chicago-blues legend ahead of the release of his new album 'The Blues Is Alive And Well.'
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Buddy Guy Enlists Keith Richards, Jeff Beck for New Song 'Cognac'
June 6, 2018
Guitar gods unite for epic drinking/jam session on latest 'The Blues Is Alive and Well' track
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Hear Buddy Guy, James Bay Duet on Serene New Song 'Blue No More'
May 30, 2018
Guy's new album 'The Blues Is Alive and Well' is due out June 15th
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Buddy Guy brings in Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and more for new album
May 3, 2018
Blues legend Buddy Guy will release his new album The Blues Is Alive And Well next month - also featuring Jeff Beck and James Bay
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21 Responses to “Buddy Guy Tour 2018 Tickets, Dates, Concerts”

  1. Georgetta Riherd

    The show started right on time with Jonny lang opening. He played through the 100 + temp and lit it up. Great energy and performance. Buddy came out and was awesome. The crowd was great and the venue flowed well. It would be nice if there were some shade screens hanging over head, it was HOT. All in all it was a great event.

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  2. Hiram Piggee

    Buddy Guy was charismatic and owned the atmosphere on the stage. His band and him vibed well togther. My first blues concert experience ever, truly amazed by their performance. Unforgettable night well spent.

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  3. Edie Loxton

    I’ve been wanting to catch Buddy live for a long time and just couldn’t. It was definitely worth the wait. He would seem to be having just as good a time as everyone at the show, and he wasn’t skimpy with the stage time, a lot of younger guys are off stage in a lot less time. I certainly would see him again, and the smaller intimate venue is perfect for his show. His band is really great, there’s no stiffs in the bunch, they keep things poppin’. With so many of the masters gone it’s wonderful to see Mr. Guy looking and sounding so good.

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  4. Enola Ludeker

    Buddy’s performance illustrated a history of The Blues, from it beginnings in the Mississippi delta to the British invasion. He performed tastefully and with great depth of feeling. However, the audience was rude. Drunks would holler out loud when Buddy was playing softly with feeling. A few times, Buddy stopped the band, saying that he could stop whenever he wanted to, yet the drunks kept on hollering, they (the drunks) were clueless. It was no surprise that Buddy played no encore. I was embarrassed for Detroit, and felt bad for Buddy Guy, whose legendary talent was so disrespected.

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  5. Amanda Romaniszyn

    I experienced greatness! What a amazing performer! Great show! You must see this legend!

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  6. Vinnie Hickle

    such an amazing performer. no need for a big fancy light show, stage etc. just a a legendary showman and guitar vanguard

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  7. Shea Kettering

    Buddy put on an excellent show. Besides the music, Buddy discussed (in the in first person) a history of the blues in America. A truly enjoyable and educational evening. Buddy is a American treasure.

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  8. Camie Poggi

    At 81 years old, Buddy Guy is just amazing. He is the last of the true blues legends of his era. He works the crowd like nobody else. The only time he stood still is in the attached picture, which I am so glad I was able to capture.

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  9. Christena Rohleder

    Buddy Guy always comes out and kills it. His playing is amazing, and the interaction with the audience makes each show unique. If you’ve never seen him live then you’re missing out. This is my fifth time seeing him. My seats were on the floor and not really convenient for shorter people since all rows are flat. The side sections first row is what I recommend, though I assume they sell out fast. They have a bar/table in that row and look like it’s less cramped

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  10. Minh Miazga

    Mr. Buddy Guy is so down to earth, his performance was a joy to watch. For a man his age to be able to belt it out the way he does, is AMAZING !!!! I think he gave “extra” since he was near Gary where his performing started. Extra plus that his son joined him.

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  11. Eula Santaana

    This concert was totally fantastic. Buddy opened up with a song that had me wanting to get up and dance, he sang and played for a good 2 hours and had the crowd going crazy!! He gave tribute to some of the guitar players who had influenced him, and played like them.

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  12. Ila Rabon

    We enjoyed every minute. The only problem was the people in the crowd that interrupted, and the excessive “hooting and hollering.” Mr. Guy was patient and tolerant.

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  13. Krissy Sperling

    Loved the show. He actually went out into the audience playing his guitar from the orchestra all the way up to the balcony. I would definitely go to see this master again. And his opening act a young man named I think Quinn Sullivan was fabulous!

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  14. Shanita Manke

    great show for a man that needs more exposure! excellent guitarist and I preordered his latest cd coming out end of July.

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  15. Eunice Escarrega

    Please note that three stars is for the venue.
    What’s left to say about someone who has seven Grammy awards?
    He may have lost half a step over the years. It at age eighty one is still more than capable of bringing a capacity crowd to their feet. His stage banter is tops in the business and this man is nothing less than a pure entertainer.

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  16. Trudi Dunzelman

    Buddy Guy at the The Wellmont- Sat about 8 rows back, center orchestra. Great show, his voice is still powerful and expressive, he engages the audience openly with humor and plays guitar better than most. His opening band ‘Ben Miller’ was terrific, too…something I’d call Funky Bluegrass Blues. A+ everybody. Do Not Miss!

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  17. Jarred Frabotta

    I have been a huge fan of Jonny’s ever since he was 15 yrs old, when Lie to Me came out (1997). In 1999 I bought expensive tickets to the Rolling Stones concert JUST so I could see Jonny open up. So to no surprise, I came to this Buddy Guy concert to see Jonny, and again, he did not disappoint. The reason I am writing this review is that I eavesdropped on many conversations during the intermission and everyone was astounded with Jonny’s performance. And they were not just raving about his guitar playing this time. They loved his voice, noting how soulful it was. I just wish they could have the opportunity to go back to 1997 and see how amazing he was as a 15 year old prodigy! I met one of his fans in the parking lot and she bought 5 cds that night :} Of course I own them all already.
    In all fairness, I did also love Buddy Guy’s show and I’m so glad and fortunate that I got to see this Rock n Roll Hall of Famer. He is quite the entertainer.
    I left the show wanting MORE from both of them!

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  18. Page Zbierski

    Buddy Guy is a legend and a true showman. I have seen him 10+ times, and each show has been great. It is amazing that he can still play and tour the way he does at 81.

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  19. Mason Catron

    Buddy put on a awesome show. The interaction with the crowd was awesome.

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  20. Kathey Schimler

    At 79, Buddy is a most amazing showman. Truly seemed to love entertaining us. He has lost nothing with age. He is so talented, funny, sensitive….brought tears to my eyes with “Skin”. My husband and I bought his latest album online when we got home. His mentoring of the talented young Quinn Sullivan since he was 7 years old, now 16, was touching. The band, following his routine and every move, was unbelievable. Buddy played in the audience which made everyone feel like he connected with us. He played overtime as he seemed to be having such a great time.

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  21. Ty Schwarting

    Buddy always entertains! Quinn Sullivan is excellent and very talented for such a young age. Buddy’s son didn’t disappoint either. Would recommend the show to anyone who enjoys the blues.

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