Terry Reid + Walker and the Brotherhood of the Grape

To some, Reid is best known for having turned down Jimmy Page's offer to become Led Zeppelin's frontman. But he's more notable for the erratic but often excellent series of hard-rocking blue-eyed-soul solo albums he released in the late '60s and early '70s. In recent years, the expatriate Englishman has experienced a resurgence as a live performer from his adopted West Coast base; a rare visitor to NYC, he plays tonight at B.B. King's.