Buddy Guy returns to Australia in 2023 for the final time on his 'Damn Right Farewell' tour. He plays a headline show at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney on Wednesday, 12th of April.

At age 85, Buddy Guy has been inducted into theRock & Roll Hall of Fame, has influenced rock titans like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Gary Clark Jr, John Mayer, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and just about every guitar player who has played the Blues, Blues Rock, and Hard Rock over the past 70 years. He has pioneered Chicago’s fabled West Side sound and is still the living link to the city’s halcyon days of Electric Blues, from the late 1950s when he was in Chess Records' House Band.

"It is the absolute truth to say that Buddy Guy is the last of the greats of the Blues performing today, who also brought the Electric Blues to the world, alongside Muddy Waters, BB King, JohnLee Hooker, Albert King and many others from that time."- Peter Noble OAM, Bluesfest Group of Companies Bluesfest Touring is honoured to be selected to present Buddy Guy as he bids his fans in Australia goodbye next April.

Buddy Guy has released a steady stream of albums since then and has received 8 GRAMMY Awards-winning his 8th and most recent GRAMMY Award in 2018 for his 18th solo LP,“The Blues Is Alive AndWell”, and the Lifetime Achievement GRAMMY Award in 2015.

He has received 38 Blues Music Awards-the most any artist has ever achieved, the Billboard Magazine Century Award for distinguished artistic achievement, a ‘Kennedy Center Honor’, and thePresidential National Medal of Arts. Plus, Rolling Stone Magazine has ranked him #23 in its "100Greatest Guitarists of All Time."