Sons and Daughters JAM

Buddy Guy and his daughter, Carlise Guy, will welcome the Sons and Daughters of the Blues to their home, Buddy Guy’s Legends, to raise awareness about prostate cancer.

The JAM is led by Brother John Kattke and hosted by Buddy Guy, his daughter, Carlise, Wayne Baker Brooks, and ABC 7 Eyewitness News Anchor Hosea Sanders. 

Join for a great night of blues music while learning about risk factors, screening, treatment and hope for a long life with prostate cancer. Hear from musicians, medical experts, survivors and advocates. Prostate cancer survivor stories at the Sons & Daughters JAM include Grammy award winning drummer, Paul Wertico and ABC 7 Eyewitness News Anchor Hosea Sanders.

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Event details:
Buddy Guy’s Legends
8:30 pm CT
700 S Wabash Avenue
Chicago, IL

These children who have grown up with the love of their fathers who have penned some of the greatest songs of all time. The quintessential American music that gave birth to Rock N’ Roll – The Blues. The Sons and Daughters of the Blues are extraordinary musicians in their own right performing on stages around the world and in partnership with PCa Blue they are uniting to spread awareness about prostate cancer.

This show will be a one of a kind event. Bringing together the commitment and talents of the Sons and Daughters of the Blues, our show features children of the Blues Legends. Performing at this event are:

• Lurrie Bell, son of Carey Bell
• Wayne Baker Brooks, son of Lonnie Brooks
• Marian Diaz, daughter of Little Walter
• Freddie Dixon, son of Willie Dixon
• Carlise Guy, daughter of Buddy Guy
• Greg Guy, son of Buddy Guy
• Shirley King, daughter of BB King
• Kenny Kinsey, son of Big Daddy Kinsey
• Joseph Morganfield, son of Muddy Waters
• Rose Reed, daughter of Jimmy Reed
• Kenny Smith, son of Willie “Big Eyes” Smith
• Demetria Taylor, daughter of Eddie Taylor
• Ebony Taylor, niece of KoKo Taylor  
• Eddie Taylor Jr., son of Eddie Taylor

Event proceeds support prostate cancer education and awareness through national prostate cancer advocacy organizations, Us TOO, PHEN and ZERO as well as the Blues Foundation’s HART FUND which helps blues musicians in need.