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BBKBundesamt für Bevölkerungsschutz und Katastrophenhilfe (German)
BBKBig Brake Kit
BBKBank of Bahrain and Kuwait
BBKBB King (blues artist)
BBKBoy Better Know (band)
BBKBilbao Bizkaia Kutxa (Bank of Bilbao, Spain)
BBKBirkbeck College (University of London; England, UK)
BBKBandar Baru Klang (township; Malaysia)
BBKBarclays Bank of Kenya
BBKBundesverband Bildender Künstler (German: Federal Association of Artists)
BBKBrauner-Briggs-Klar (wave function in atom-electron scattering)
BBKBeneficiary Bank
BBKBasketball Baseball Kickball (game)
BBKBibliothekarisch Bibliographische Klassifikation (German)
BBKBilateral Below Knee (amputation)
BBKKasane, Botswana - Kasane (Airport Code)
BBKBritish Born Killers (gaming clan)
BBKBe Back Ok?
BBKBenkard Bario Kings (gang)
BBKBank of Bilbao (Spain)
BBKBack Behind Keyboard (internet slang)
BBKBeatbox Kids (gang)
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Performer Miriam Makeba's ex-husband, late black nationalist Stokely Carmichael, greets All, who cautions him, "Don't burn up nothin' over here," even as BB King placidly smokes his pipe while eyeing "the beautiful ladies." Late Spinners lead singer Philippe Wynne even climbs into the ring with All during training, with predictably humorous results.
If Gary Moore is the archetypal British blues man, then BB King represents all that is quintessentially American.
You got to open for BB King when you were 12 years old.
A talented guitarist from Old Colwyn has been compared to late Blues legend BB King in a tribute article published by a respected music magazine.
PRESIDENT Barack Obama has led the tributes to BB King , saying there will be "one killer blues session in heaven tonight".
FORMER Beatle Ringo Starr and Coral lead singer James Skelly were among Liverpool musicians paying tribute to blues legend BB King who has died aged 89, writes Jamie Bowman.
He has sung - and remained unsung - alongside such legends as Squeeze, The Smiths, Roxy Music, BB King, Roger Waters, The Eagles and, of course, Mike and the Mechanics, to whom he lent his vocals for the worldwide hit The Living Years.
"Ever since I heard some old compilations with the likes of Muddy Waters and BB King I became hooked.