Hot Food & Spicy Blues – Today Only

High near 60º, no chance of rain. What a perfect day for Blues by the Sauce Boss and Jazz by Linda Cole from noon to 5 at Flagler’s Ag Museum’s. Proceeds benefit Feed Flagler and Ag Museum projects.

Sauce Boss Hot n HeavyPalm Coast, FL – February 12, 2011 – Looking for something to do on this cool (for Florida) sunshiny 60º day? Come out to the Florida Agricultural Museum with its heated barn from noon to 5pm for "Hot Food & Spicy Blues." This event will feature Sauce Boss, immortalized by Jimmy Buffet’s song, "I will sing for gumbo." Sauce Boss will be on stage around 2pm whipping up a big batch of famous gumbo for you to enjoy! Blues and jazz singer Linda Cole will also be performing. She’s scheduled to be on the stage at 1pm [Linda Cole video].
Sauce Boss Bill Wharton is the inventor of gastronomical boogie woogie. Like a cross between Justin Wilson and Robert Johnson, he sings the blues. He cooks the gumbo. He plays the guitar. He writes the tunes. He feeds the masses. He makes his very own hot sauce. That’s why they call him … THE SAUCE BOSS. [Sauce Boss Video]
Haven’t heard him play?  You’ll never forget him once you do.  With his distinctive slide guitar sound, wrought out of his ’53 Telecaster like a man beggin’ for mercy, and slung through a 1948 Fender amp like a dark horse running through the night, the Sauce Boss has a truly authentic sound that leaves you looking for something you thought you’d lost, but in fact you never knew you had.   
  • Spicy foods
  • Sauces
  • Micro-brew beer
  • Trolley rides
  • Heated barn
The Florida Agricultural Museum is located at the corner of Old Kings Road and US Route 1. Bring lawn chairs and $5 each for admission. Proceeds will benefit Feed Flagler and Ag Museum projects. Parking is free. I plan to be there too.
Sponsors include Brighthouse, Beach 92.7FM, Palm Coast Ford, The Palm Coast Observer, and Dentique Dental.


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