Will just cross my fingers and hope he's still alive for JF.
not a bad call, I've seen him multiple times through the years but wouldn't pay top dollar at this point- unless
you've never seen him. He is near the top of the mountain as a living legend among all musicians. His individual show is much more expansive than festival appearances. Top notch band that is worth the money with bigger shows too.
As others said, Buddy Guy, now THAT is another question. Anyone who has never seen him should
. At 76 he definitely absolutely still has it. So much so that when I see him I say to myself, "Dayum, I hope I still have it near as much as he does when I get that old."