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The Farewell Tour of B.B. King

January 20, 2006 (9:08 am) GMT
B.B. King will be rocking and rolling when he launches what he says will be his final world tour later this year

Reaching his 80-year of life, great musician becoming even more productive indeed. While many fellow entertainers of his age tend to retire, the singer and guitarist keeps living his music career, embarking another concert.

Plans to launch the so-called an international "Farewell Tour" in March this year, King said he will continue to make U.S. concert appearances after the tour. The what he says will be his final world tour, actually is part of a domestic tour that starts Feb. 16 in Chicago, King's publicist, Jerry Digney, said in a news released Wednesday Jan 18th.

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