The Sauce Boss- Sun. Aug 12th

The Sauce Boss- Sun. Aug 12th

The show starts at 2pm!

Bill “Sauce Boss” Wharton brings his own hot sauce to every gig, and he cooks a big pot of gumbo, while smoking his slide guitar. At the end of the Show, everyone gets a bowl. Now he’s added some new flavors to the “stew”. Sauce Boss not only plays slide, sings his tamales off, makes gumbo, and feeds everybody… he also plays a drum kit with his feet. “You take that 53 Telecaster, pump it through that 48 Fender amp, add a bass rig, mix in some drums, all simmered down over some funky swamp blues, and smothered with gumbo, and you got a recipe for the largest one-man band on the planet.” 

WITH HIS HOMEGROWN STORYTELLING AND NATURAL-BORN GUITAR TALENT, THE SAUCE BOSS RIGHTEOUSLY SINGS THE BLUES.  He gives the feeling that can only come from a life lived in the eye of the storm.  He has weathered more than his share of hurricanes, sunburn, and mosquitoes – and he’s got the chops to prove it. He has taken his blues and a huge pot of gumbo to the disaster zones of the Mississippi delta and to homeless shelters across America – where he’s fed war veterans, hurricane survivors, and plenty of other regular folks who come for music but leave with much more.  The Sauce Boss offers up sustenance and redemption in the form of music, food, and above all, the love of the brotherhood of man.

See more about the Sauce Boss and even get his GUMBO recipe here!

Lauren Mitchell – Fri. Aug. 31st

Lauren Mitchell – Fri. Aug. 31st

The year 2016 was one of large-scale and unexpected change for Tampa Bay area blues and soul vocalist Lauren Mitchell. During a tumultuous time in both her personal and professional life, she was given the opportunity to rise from the challenges she was facing and make the album of her career with producer Tony Braunagel. … Continue Reading

Jeremiah Johnson – Sat. Sept. 1st

Jeremiah Johnson – Sat. Sept. 1st

Jeremiah is home.  He left St. Louis with his guitar, a fist full of original songs and a ton of ambition and came home and released two albums as The Jeremiah Johnson Band with The Sliders, and most recently, his solo album “Grind”. Though you can taste the Texas in his guitar style, Jeremiah also… Continue Reading