I've never seen anyone play guitar like Gary Clark Jr. did at Sam's Burger Joint in San Antonio, Texas. On stage, his guitar spoke to the audience. Every note inspired a different sensation. Each chord, an alternate emotion. I felt like a churchgoer attending a chapel of Rock n' Roll. Gary Clark Jr. was the reverend, and I was completely baptised by the blues. This guy is the real deal. At times, his voice is reminiscient of slide guitar maestro Ben Harper, and can effortlessly transition to the smooth and seductive R&B crooning of Raphael Saadiq. A hard blues jam could easily be topped by an irrisistably sexy slow tune, Clark Jr.'s falsetto elevating to chilling octaves while his fingers effortlessly pluck away at his guitar strings. The 21st century has a vacant throne for the title of "Guitar God". Without a doubt, Gary Clark Jr. deserves the title.

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