Buddy Guy to Play Antone's on Monday

Blues legend performance benefits the Clifford Antone Foundation

Buddy Guy will play Antone’s for the first time in over two decades on Monday at a special edition of Blue Monday that benefits the Clifford Antone Foundation.

This appearance at Austin’s Home of the Blues represents a major underplay for the Chicago blues guitarist, who last night, performed for thousands at the Moody Theater.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee was tight with departed club owner Clifford Antone – as evidenced in this clip from the 2004 documentary Antone’s: Home of the Blues.

There’s only one way to get into Monday’s show – becoming a member of the Clifford Antone Foundation, a music preservation nonprofit aiming to honor the past and invest in the future of the culture. You can join here.

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