I was fortunate enough to have done a sit down interview withB.B. King in 1994 following a Chicago-area concert.
In a rare, disarming moment of candor, this world famous blues guitarist, a 15-time Grammy winner, told me he felt he was in a musical rut and confessed he could be much better musician if he'd only practice more.
B.B. King told me his most unforgettable concert was performing at the Chicago Blues Festival before an audience of 300,000.
B.B. King was 89.