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Music Video: Stay Around a Little Longer

Artisit: Buddy Guy & B.B. King

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:59

  • Copyright: Buddy Guy & B.B. King

Music Video For Stay Around a Little Longer By Artist Buddy Guy & B.B. King

Reviews For Stay Around a Little Longer By Artist Buddy Guy & B.B. King

  • B.B. King Has Gone! He Loved The Life He Lived!

    By Terrysknary 1
    May 15 2015 I awoke to the SO SAD news, The King Of The Blues Has Left Us For The Great Jam Upstairs. The Man Touched So Many Souls with his Booming Voice & Sweet Lucille. Listening to The Thrill Is Gone When I Was 16 Yrs Old, Enlightened Me To A Form Of Music That Could Actually Touch My Heart, As I Experience This Video Again This Morning,(as tears actually flood my eyes) I'm So Glad To Have The Opportunity To Purchase This Vid as Well As The Multitude Of Songs by The Legendary BluesBoy From Indianola Miss. What A Life He Lived! Thank You Riley B. King!
  • WoW

    By Jeeterville
    Thanx boys……...
  • Till they're pushing up daisies.

    By Chris Lansford
    Amazing new song by two musicians I admire the most. Even in their age they still have a passion for and a commitment to music that rivals most artists a fourth of their age. For that I applaud these men, and pray to the lord he doesn't take them from us yet.
  • WIN

    By dalmation #4
    Guy and B.B. are awesome musicians. Put them together? I just crapped my pants. These cats know how to play.

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