Listen to WXPN's Johnny Meister and Michaela Majoun remember blues great B.B. King
B.B. King | Photo by Chris Sikich |

With the passing of B.B. King earlier today, WXPN’s Johnny Meister phoned in to the Morning Show to talk with host Michaela Majoun about the blues guitar great.

“He personified the blues,” Meister said. “He didn’t invent it, but he personified it. … It was the name that really represented the genre for many years.”

Meister, host of The Blues Show on WXPN, also shares his thoughts on King’s legacy, and shares why “Better Not Look Down” is his favorite of B.B.’s songs. Listen to Meister’s interview and watch a live video of “Better Not Look Down” circa 1983 below. For a photo gallery of King’s last Philadelphia-area show at the Keswick Theater in April 2013, click here.

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