Born in Collins, Mississippi in 1943, blues guitarist/vocalist Bill Magee grew up listening to Muddy Waters, Elmore James and B.B. King on his father's small radio. At the age of 13, Bill moved to New York where he began to learn to play the blues. By age 20, he had begun to make a name for himself, playing for packed houses at the world famous Apollo Theater. Over the years, Bill has continued to play and now lives in San Diego, California, where he's enjoying great success on the local scene. On this CD, he presents some down-home Chicago-style blues joined by Jack Stiteler, Jasper Austin and Boyd Gardiner.