Guy King Exclusive Interview About The New Album "JOY IS COMING"

Guy King Exclusive Interview About The New Album "JOY IS COMING"

Guy King is one of the greatest Blues guitar players and vocalists in the world today. Guy’s music is fresh and unique while maintaining a strong link to the musical masters that came before him. His natural musical abilities and his one of a kind blend of Blues, Jazz, Soul, R&B and Bossa Nova, are some of what makes Guy King so special in the music world. You gotta buy this album and you gotta get out and see him 'live' when you get the chance. The new album, "JOY IS COMING" featureS good friends JOE BONAMASSA and VANESSA BELL ARMSTRONG.
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