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We found a great Blues Mashup performed by Nikki Holland & The Dirty Elizabeths.
Credits: Nikki Holland
We have a snippet from Yippee’s Virjo that we released last night featuring BB King “Everyday I Have The Blues”. To see this in it’s entirety, you can do so if you have the Yippee Ki-Ay Blues Android App.
Tonight, we will release a Yippee’s Virjo featuring BB King and if you want to see the video you will need to have the Yippee Ki-Ay Blues Android App.
Here’s the link to get one
Another great memory of BB King, this is a concert in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2010.
Credits: GEOCACHINGJEFF’s channel
The Blues community has lost the greatest bluesman in BB King last night. I was very fortunate to have seen BB King and Buddy Guy live in Albuquerque, New Mexico a few years ago. To this very day, that is the best concert I’ve witnessed in person besides The Rolling Stones. BB you will definitely be missed and thank you for all the great memories.
Hello Yippee’s loyal followers ! First of all, we would like to extend our best wishes for a Happy Easter Weekend to each and everyone of you, as well as to your extended families. Tonight’s Rattled Beats Show is a special one, due to the fact one of our loyal followers/listeners and very good friend has been diagnosed with cancer. Therefore, the entire Rattled Beats show tonight is a dedication to that wonderful follower/listener and dear friend of ours. As I’ve shared with many close friends despite what we might want to admit or not, each and everyone of us during our lifetime will experience the blues.
“We start our lives with blues . . . with music. It’s our first language. It’s the rhythm of the womb. It’s your mama’s heartbeat inside your head.”
― David Mutti Clark, Professor Brown Shoes Teaches the Blues
The beauty about the Information Technology domain is with a little effort and thought, very interesting facts can be found about history. In this case, I am targeting well known blues musicians such as Muddy Waters, BB King, Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Albert King. I was curious to find out who among those named has been mentioned or referenced more in the collection of books from the 1960 to 2008. What would have been your guess? I thought it would have been the King of the Blues, BB King. But apparently I was wrong and it turned out to be Muddy Waters. If you seriously reflect a bit, it makes perfectly sense that Muddy Waters would be the name most referenced in the books among those mentioned above. What is very interesting is to see that Albert King ranks ahead of BB King. That to me was a shocker.