Six Silver Strings is the thirtieth studio blues album by B.B. King released in 1985. Promoted as a King's 50th album, the production is split between five David Crawford-produced tracks recorded in Miami with session musicians, and three tracks co-produced by filmmaker John Landis and his Into the Night soundtrack colleague Ira Newborn.
In a retrospective review AllMusic criticized the lackluster "pop rock" work shown in the Crawford-produced tracks, with uninspired performances from King, but praised the tunes from the Landis/Newborn session, calling "My Lucille" an "underrated signature classic." "My Lucille" was used in the film Into the Night in a scene where the lead male character walks into a bar.