Local musician think back about the King of Blues music

The King of the Blues - B.B. King himself is coming to Tyler. He will hit the Caldwell Auditorium stage on Thursday. King’s music career spans more than sixty years and more importantly he has established himself a living legend of blues music – one of the top blues musician to pick up the guitar.

Unfortunately, BB King does not do any interviews because of his age. However, to mark his arrival in Tyler, it was right to speak to those whose lives were influenced and impacted by King’s music and his long career.

Nick Pencis, who is quite well known as the operator and owner of the very popular Pit Bar-B-Que, is actually a very experienced musician, but many people do not know that. He spent many years touring with the band and BB king has a huge influence on her music.

Nick heared BB King’s signature song The Thrill is Gone for the very first time when he was just fifteen years old. He told that this song mainly rewired his brain.

The discovery of BB King’s style and music came as he had started branching out and attempting to find out music that had not been fed him by others. He added that seeking out BB king’s music was a pivotal and crucial in serving him to come out as a budding musician. Nick stated that this opened the door to understanding a musician’s identity.

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