Once upon a time, blinded whispers permeated San Fransisco winds during the early 1960s: prophisizing a movement that would go onto ignite future generations. Transition found a home West of our backyards, mossaicly reupholstering the world forever: Long hair, protest, and LSD replaced comb-overs, college diplomas, and ciggarette propoganda. It was the cultivation of not a culture, but something far grande: it was the manifestation of thought - it was the beggining of the counter culture.
Gary Clark, Jr. Remember that name very well because he will be the artist to break through the boundaries of this genre divided music era. Gary Clark, Jr. has been praised to be the savior of blues. After picking up the guitar at the age of twelve, his work seems to precede him playing at the 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival along with legends such as, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy and musical veterans John Mayer and Sheryl Crow. Besides sharing the stage with household names, Clark won the Austin Music Award for Best Blues and Electric Guitarist on three different occasions. As you can read, his resume says it all, but that was just the tip of the iceberg.