Today, the Florida Blue Blues and Music Festival announced the headliners for the festival taking place Saturday, Oct. 26. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Friday.
First on the ticket is Kenny Wayne Shepherd, the Louisiana-based guitarist most known for the 1997 single “Blue on Black.” There’s also harmonica player, singer-songwriter Rick Estrin and the Nightcats with special guest Little Charlie. As well as Popa Chubby, aka Ted Horwitz, who’s known as a singer, songwriter and guitarist. Rounding out all of the testosterone will be Missouri-native Samantha Fish who took 2013 Blues Music Award winner for best new artist.
Stay tuned to The Observer via YourObserver.com for future updates on the Blue Blues and Music Festival.
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