Kicking into gear for the upcoming September Amelia Island Blues Festival, the museum of history and Blues Committee open a Blues History Exhibit
Amelia Island Blues Festival
This project seems like a great way to invest in true legendary bluesman, with a special connection to Amelia Island.
March 3rd and 4th bring a weekend of free entertainment, live music, poker runs, car show, bike show and more.
Magnificent talent is slated to come and play the Blues on Amelia Island in September. Get your tickets early.
Sometimes talent is a blessing, and sometimes it hurts beyond the human power to control.
Proud Blues Festival Committee Members hand a $5,000 check to this year’s Festival beneficiary Baptist Medical Center Nassau
Threatening weather conditions, loss of two headliners and still a magical event, organized to perfection with great talents and magnificent audience. We”ll be back…in 2012.
In a last minute surprise that has Blues written all over it, Eddie Taylor Jr. will stand in for Willie Big Eyes Smith at Amelia Island Blues Fest
As they are finishing the grounds at Main Beach for the festival tomorrow and Saturday, the organizers thank their Sponsors profoundly for believing in them and our community.
Larry won a prize for 2 with t-shirts, personalized coffee mugs, an autographed poster, VIP seats and a meet and greet with the bands!
Come out and enjoy the last big beach, blues and bbq bash of the summer on Main Beach with the Amelia Island Blues Festival this weekend.
Long before her career took off nationally, she played piano in church. She solidified her southern belle status at Ole Miss and then…. she played blues on the chitlin’ circuit across the nation.
Following magnificent performance during Labor Day Sounds on Centre, Beech Street Blues Band Kicks off the Blues Festival This Friday
One part of the Amelia Island Blues Festival involves a performance from Conrad Oberg with members of the FBHS band. Practice was very promising.
When Gainesville sources call the additions of Deby Starr Barth and Joe Loper to the 6th St R&Blues Review hitting the Mother Lode, than I pay attention.