Sit back and enjoy the music as a true Chicago legend pops into his own South Loop club and takes the stage.
One of the top destinations for the city's blues lovers will soon have a new place to call home.
The new two-level space is bigger than the current Legends club, but the main stage will be located on the second floor, which is different than how the Hothouse utilized the building.
Guy, 73, who still tours regularly, released the following statement to the Sun-Times:
"You know when I first opened Legends, people were complaining that the club was too big for a blues club," Guy said. "Now we've become too small and need more space. In the new place we'll have more room for people so when I play or my friends like the Stones or [Eric] Clapton come play, people won't have to stand outside 'cause they can't get in."
The announcement also keeps the club in the South Loop, ending speculation that Legends would move to another part of the city.