Bom dia, meu povo!
2018 chegando ao fim e pra comemorar esse ano incrível que foi para nós, Auder Jr and Blues Friends convida vc para aquela confraternização entre amigos, saca?!
Então, bora pra @espetaria_1916 tomar umas 🍺🍺 e ouvir música boa🎵🎵?
Hoje à partir das 19:00h na Espetaria 1916 na Av. do Contorno, 1916, ali na Floresta.
O couvert é 0800. Então chega chegando.😉🤘
*** E pra vc q não conseguiu ainda adquirir nosso CD, será uma ótima oportunidade.💿
Freddie King (September 3, 1934 – December 28, 1976) was an American blues guitarist and singer. He has been described as one of the "Three Kings" of electric blues guitar, along with Albert King and B.B. King. He was an influential guitarist with hits for Federal Records in the early 1960s. His soulful and powerful voice and distinctive guitar style inspired countless musicians, particularly guitarists (Eric Clapton is a notable example). He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.
King based his guitar style on Texas blues and Chicago blues influences. His best-known recordings include the singles "Have You Ever Loved a Woman" (1960) and his Top 40 hit "Hide Away" (1961) and albums such as the early, instrumental-packed Let's Hide Away and Dance Away with Freddy King (1961) and Burglar (1974), which displayed his mature versatility as both a guitarist and a singer in a range of blues and funk styles. He was one of the first bluesmen to have a multiracial backing band at live performances.
King placed 15th in Rolling Stone magazine′s list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time
In 1976 he began suffering from stomach ulcers. His health quickly deteriorated, and he died on December 28 of complications of this illness and acute pancreatitis, at the age of 42. According to those who knew him, King's untimely death was due to stress, a legendary "hard-partying lifestyle", and poor diet.
And the creator (of this Instagram Account) said “Let there be Janis” and so it was on this Fabulous Female Friday.
Long story short, Janis was a local singer in San Francisco who was beginning to establish a following when she was invited to perform at The Monterey Pop Festival in June of 1967.
It was Janis’ performance at Monterey that took her from underground sensation to superstar, as it did with Jimi and Otis. So too, like Jimi and Otis, Janis died in 1970 having only experienced fame for 3 fleeting years.😪
Janis may have left us but we haven’t left her. She is a Legend. Her music is as vibrant and appreciated today as it was 50 years ago. There is no expiration date on great music.