Guitar legend Buddy Guy headed to Denver's Paramount Theatre
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At the age of 81, legendary guitar player Buddy Guy shows no signs of slowing down. The guitar slinger will be kicking off the new year with a 16-night residency at his own Buddy Guy’s Legends venue in Chicago before heading out on the road this spring. The tour will include a stop at Denver’s Paramount Theatre on March 28 with 18-year-old guitar prodigy Quinn Sullivan. You can find ticketing information on AXS by clicking here.

Described by Eric Clapton as “the best guitar player alive,” Buddy Guy has influenced some of the greatest guitar players of all time including Jimi Hendrix, Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Clapton himself. Rolling Stone ranked Guy 30th on their “100 Greatest Guitar Players of All Time” list. Even at 81 Buddy Guy’s shows are full of energy, crackling with electricity and his guitar playing is nothing short of incendiary. You don’t want to miss the best guitar player alive when he comes to the Paramount Theatre on March 28