So it looks like the Century Casino is determined to bring in some top drawer acts. Some of you know what I am talking about with Buddy Guy on Saturday night. The show started off with the Boogie Patrol, a diverse blues/rock band with front man “Rotten” Dan who’s voice is quite surprisingly deep and raspy. It was so surprising you would expect to see Joe Cocker or a young Louis Armstrong on stage. The Boogie Patrol nicely warmed up this packed crowd for Buddy Guy who came out with style and charisma. Buddy within minutes was interacting with the crowd with a sense of class and stage presents unbeknown-st to most. With true to Buddy Guy fashion he mixed and mingled into the crowd playing his guitar and making his way to the bar, where I was told he ordered a Heineken on the rocks to quench his thirst. This Iconic blues man is a real gift to the music world. Influencing musicians like Eric Clapton and Jimmy Hendrix, just to name a few who have been inspired by him. The sound Buddy Guy makes with his guitar never stopped, at one point he beat his guitar with a broken guitar string, a drumstick and a handkerchief. Manipulating sounds with his guitar this way has proven him to be second to none. So in closing Thank you Buddy Guy, music thanks you and your fans thank you. The world thanks you and owes you eminence gratitude for shaping music that fills our lives.