Buddy Guy's Legends
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Buddy Guy's Legends is a blues club in Chicago, Illinois. It was opened in 1989 by blues legend Buddy Guy who still owns the club today and who still makes regular appearances, performing an annual residency each January.
Legends is one of the last blues clubs left in Chicago, a city renowned for its own particular brand of blues. The club regularly hosts blues greats such as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Junior Wells and Buddy himself, and has developed an international reputation.
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