During his renowned stage show, Bobby Rush frequently jumps high into the air, arms spread and legs tucked, only to land gracefully and return without a hitch to his dazzling routine.It’s a move you might expect at a contemporary R&B show, but it’s downright shocking when you realize that Rush is in his late 80s. Rush has become one of the most prominent advocates for the blues tradition. His busy schedule includes headlining European festivals with his band and solo programs at venues, including Jazz at Lincoln Center. He also just recorded an album of brand new material, All My Love For You, coming out via his own label, Deep Rush Records, in collaboration with Nashville-based Thirty Tigers. Over the last several years, he’s won a second Grammy, re-recorded his 1971 hit Chicken Heads together with his old friend Buddy Guy and young blues star Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, and written a critically-acclaimed autobiography, I Ain’t Studdin’ You: My American Blues Story.