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Even Blues legends use the library

I was fortunate enough to hear blues musician B.B. King in concert this week at Easton, Pennsylvania’s State Theatre.  It wasn’t my first time to be amazed by his presence and his band’s musical prowess.    My husband and I were amazed how King captivated us as a crowd between sets of music.   What struck me most was King’s ability to interweave his music through his stories told on stage. 

My favorite was his hats off to his local library when he mused that he visited the library to look up the word “legend” because so many people were referencing it in conversation with him.  His working definition was “something or someone that has withstood the test of time,” and he certainly followed that up with specific credibility as he shifted from one tough life moment to another—always followed by a rift of blues with his favorite guitar, Lucille.

Hear the legend speak about…

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