Tickets for Buddy Guy January residency on sale Saturday

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Get your ticket trigger finger ready Saturday morning at 10 a.m.

Buddy Guy returns for his annual residency at his South Loop club this January. Guests include Quinn Sullivan (returning after playing with Guy at Oyster Fest last weekend) on Jan. 18, Carlos Johnson on Jan. 24 and the NuBlue Band on Jan. 31.

Here is the full schedule:

Friday Jan. 3 – Buddy Guy with The Chicago R&B Kings

Saturday Jan 4 – Buddy Guy with The Jimmy Johnson Band

Thurs., Jan. 9 – Buddy Guy with Vino Louden

Friday Jan. 10 – Buddy Guy with Joe Moss

Sat., Jan. 11 – Buddy Guy with Lil Ed and The Blues Imperials

Sun., Jan. 12 – Buddy Guy with Nellie “The Tiger” Travis

Thurs., Jan. 16 – Buddy Guy with The Mike Wheeler Band

Fri., Jan. 17 – Buddy Guy with Corey Dennison

Sat., Jan. 18 – Buddy Guy with Quinn Sullivan

Sunday Jan. 19 – Buddy Guy with Eric “Guitar” Davis

Thurs., Jan. 23 – Buddy Guy with The Breezy Rodio Band

Fri., Jan. 24 – Buddy Guy with Carlos Johnson

Sat., Jan. 25 – Buddy Guy with Toronzo Cannon and The Cannonball Express

Sunday Jan. 26 – Buddy Guy with Dave Weld

Thurs., Jan. 30 – Buddy Guy with Linsey Alexander

Fri., Jan. 31 – Buddy Guy with NuBlu Band

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