"When I Left Home: My Story" by Buddy Guy


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When I Left Home: My Story tells, for the first time, Buddy's picaresque story in his own unique voice, told as only he can tell it — with deep personal insight and unforgettable, candid portraits of all the key players of the first generation of electric blues artists, whose music changed the world forever.

Buddy's on tour to support When I Left Home: My Story, too:

06/08/12 Red Bank, NJ: Count Basie Theatre
06/09/12 Montclair, NJ: Wellmont Theatre
06/10/12 Boston, MA: House Of Blues
06/12/12: Buffalo, NY: Center for the Arts at University of Buffalo
06/14/12 Westbury, NY: Theatre At Westbury
06/15/12 Greensburg, PA: Palace Theatre
06/16/12 Tarrytown, NY: Tarrytown Music Hall
06/19/12 San Antonio, TX: Majestic Theatre
06/22/12 Houston, TX: Arena Theatre
06/23/12 Grand Prairie, TX: Verizon Theatre
06/24/12 Council Bluffs, IA: Harrah’s Casino
06/27/12 Kansas City, MO: Uptown Theater
06/28/12 Springfield, MO Gillioz Theatre
06/30/12: Columbus, OH: LC Pavilion
07/02/12: Interlochen, MI: Interlochen Center For The Arts
07/11/12: New York, NY: Lowdown Hudson Blues Festival
07/12/12: Vienna, VA: The Filene Center @ Wolf Trap
08/07/12: Los Angeles, CA: Greek Theatre
08/11/12: Saratoga, CA: Mountain Winery
08/16/12: Tulalip, WA: Tulalip Amphitheatre
08/17/12: Portland, OR: Oregon Zoo Amphitheater
08/18/12: Manson, WA: Mill Bay Casino
09/14/12: St. Charles, MO: The Family Arena
09/15/12 Chicago, IL: Chicago Theatre
09/17/12 thru 09/19/12: Milwaukee, WI: Northern Lights Theater
09/25/12: Edmonton, Alberta: N. Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
09/26/12: Calgary, Alberta: S. Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
10/20/12: West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University

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