As one of the last remaining legendary Chicago blues players, Buddy Guy is a performer who epitomizes a very specific era in the city's musical history. If you've never caught him playing at his eponymous Chicago club, you know what to expect: Screaming vocals, blazing guitar solos and a few random expletives. Co-headlining the gig is British guitarist Jeff Beck, a storied sideman who has played beside artists like Mick Jagger, Stevie Wonder, Brian Wilson and more. Some of Beck's earliest influences were blues artists like B.B. King, so a a few impromptu collaborations with Guy seem likely.