Originally Posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN
Because he's a good businessman.
Not to knock BB's talent, but I was always WAY more impressed by blues guitarists like Albert King, Albert Collins, et al. Those guys were better than BB but didn't get as much recognition simply because their business chops weren't as good.
Nope. I've seen BB. He puts on a great show and works his ass off. I've always preferred Albert King and Albert Collins (Frosty
is one of my favorite blues guitar songs) - and don't forget Freddie King (Hide Away
), but BB is damn good. He wrote some good songs and worked hard to get where he is.