B.B. King was known as the king of blues. When he arrived on the music scene in the forties he was greatly inspired by the African American people and their history. This fifty-eight minute long program has interviews with B.B. King, Rufus Thomas, and other people discussing King's music, rhythm and blues, B.B. King's performances as well as his introspection of his inner thoughts on his music. Fans of rhythm and blues in the forties and fifties, B.B. King, music history, and anyone interested in famous African Americans throughout history will greatly enjoy this profound look at B.B. King and his music and music inspirations. This DVD video would be great to be used informantly in music classrooms, music history classrooms, guitar classes, African American culture classes, and rhythm and blues classes.