Blues-rock guitar phenomenon Kenny Wayne Shepherd's latest album, How I Go, came out this week. It's his studio debut for Roadrunner, following the rootsy Live in Chicago. And while that album featured a bunch of guests, they were all classic, old-school blues players, allowing Kenny to pay tribute to the deepest roots of his music (something he does again on How I Go, covering Bessie Smith's "Back Water Blues" and Albert King's "Oh Pretty Woman"). But How I Go also brings the rock side of his blues-rock sound to the fore, which makes us wonder: If Kenny Wayne Shepherd was to join some of the classic rockers who turned the blues into hard rock in the '60s and '70s, who would you like to see invited to that party?



How I Go is available from iTunes and Amazon, as well as Best Buy, where you can pick up the special edition, which includes four bonus tracks and exclusive art.