Buddy Guy's Legends has become as celebrated as its namesake for providing Chicago with the highest quality blues talent to be seen anywhere. From the Monday jam sessions to the constant flow of world-class talent weekends, Legends is a required stop for soul-stirring blue and barbeque. Chicago Blues Jam brings you a slice of this legendary stage, with interviews and commentary by Buzz Kilman. Fenton Robinson With a more subtle, jazz-influenced guitar style reminiscent of T-Bone Walker and B.B. King, Robinson represented the softer, smoother side of the Chicago blues sound. Though his quiet style did not fit in well with blues club circuit, Robinson found great satisfaction passing on his knowledge as a music teacher in Springfield, IL, teaching the roots of blues. James Harman After cutting his first record, he lived in Chicago, New York, Miami and New Orleans. Unhappy in all these cities, he moved to southern California, where his unique sound was welcomed by peers like Rod Piazza and Brother Chaos. With over 40 years of touring and recording, Harman has always remained true to his credo: Strictly the blues.