Presents a profile of blues guitarist B.B. King, from the King Biscuit Time Blues Page on the Blues Web. Provides biographical information on King and notes that his guitar is called Lucille. Provides a list of representative recordings, comments about King's musical style, and the text of an article about the artist that appeared in a 1992 issue of "The Charlotte Observer." Links to the King Biscuit Time Blues Page.
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