B.B. King's Lifetime Achievement Award


Billy Gibbons, B.B. King, Scotty and Lee Rocker

On October 20, 1997 Scotty attended The Palace Theater in Hollywood, CA for the presentation of The Blues Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award to B.B. King.  B.B. King received the Blues Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award for a career that exemplifies the creation and immortality of Blues music. He follows past Lifetime recipients: producer Jerry Wexler and musician John Lee Hooker.  That night Scotty jammed with Joe Louis Walker, Ike Turner and Rufus Thomas.  In addition to Scotty, some of the other entertainers there that night were John Lee Hooker, Elvin Bishop, Ruth Brown, Dr. John, Billy F. Gibbons, Buddy Guy, Sam Lay, Coco Montoya, Keb' Mo', Charlie Musselwhite, Mark Naftalin, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Me'shell Ndgeo'cello, Boz Skaggs, Koko Taylor and Lee Rocker.


Scotty, Ruth Brown and Dr. John


Bonnie Raitt and Scotty


Scotty, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker


Rufus Thomas and Scotty


Bonnie Raitt and Scotty

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