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I am also a fan of Johnny's and have great respect for this largely forgotten but truly great artist. I saw him three times, once about two years before his death, and he was still as fabulous as ever. What a fine guitarist and songwriter. I still miss him.
I felt so good watching that interview. He had the enthusiasm of a child, and was also humble. He really rocked that stage as always.
I felt the same way too. You can feel Johnnys inner child,as he speaks with Dave.
This was a refreshing watch. Johnny was on top of his game. Very few guitarist can make that song, "their song" as Johnny.
I also saw Johnny a few years back. He was frail, but it was still Johnny and the crowd gave him all due respect a real Bluesman deserves.
Johnny Winter was Johnny B. Goode.