T-Bone Walker at Jazz Expo 1968, the Gaumont Theatre, Hammersmith, London (Photo:Val Wilmer)

T-Bone On Stage
Some outstanding live performances. ‘Nuff said.

Norman Granz "Jazz at the Philharmonic"
Poplar Town Hall, UK Weds 30th November 1966, BBC TV

T-Bone Walker, 1965, ‘Hey Baby’

T-Bone's earliest known filmed performance

Helen Humes, backed by a mind blowing all-star blues band lineup, including T-Bone Walker (guitar, vocal) Memphis Slim (piano) and Willie Dixon (bass, vocal), Armand “Jump” Jackson (drums), Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee

T-Bone Walker performs his enduring classic, ‘Stormy Monday’ Live 1967

T-Bone Walker, ‘You Don’t Love Me,’ Live 1967, one of T-Bone’s outstanding recordings from his Imperial tenure

T-bone Walker performs 'Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong"'from The American Folk Blues Festival collection. Recorded in 1962 for the Horst Lippman's TV show, Jazz gehört & gesehen (Jazz heard & seen) on the SWF ( German TV station located in Baden-Baden).

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