Jagger and John Peyton, nationally syndicated radio hosts, take
blues legend, pianist, Pinetop Perkins 1913-2011 (Muddy Waters)
to see the Rolling Stones and brother, Mick Jagger backstage at
the Stones show at Zilker Park in Austin. Stones’ keyboardist
and music director, Chuck Leavell and Pinetop jam backstage. Hubert
Sumlin (Howlin' Wolf) remembers playing with the Stones at Madison
Square Garden on Let It Bleed. Miss Lavelle White sings the first
song she ever learned. Young guitar virtuoso Lucas Martin plays
Freddie King. Legendary Jimmie Vaughan and Chris Jagger talk about
their brothers, Stevie Ray and Mick, as only they can. Tommy Shannon
and Chris Layton of Double Trouble recount the tragic day their
front-man Stevie Ray Vaughan died. I Got the Blues in Austin,
with Chris Jagger and John Peyton is a spin-off of their nationally
syndicated radio show The Blueseum of Fine Art.
Got the Blues in Austin includes original music by The Rolling
Stones. Songs include; I Got the Blues from The Rolling Stones'
Sticky Fingers. Turd on the Run and Shake Your Hips from the Rolling
Stones’ newly re-mastered, 40th anniversary Exile on Main
St. and DJ Blues with Chris and Mick Jagger
Jagger, Chris Jagger, John Peyton, Pinetop Perkins, Hubert Sumlin,
Chuck Leavell, Jimmie Vaughan, Miss Lavelle White, Lucas Martin,
Tommy Shannon, Chris Layton and Ray Hennig.