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May 12, 2021

Bo’s boys play the blues

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Whether you are a country/rock/blues or music lover don’t miss the chance to sample some foot- stomping tunes with legendary guitarist Bo Jenkins and his band. If you like your music authentic then Jenkins music reflects the richness of a life playing on river boats and in the bars and clubs of the famous Mississippi Delta including Billy Bob’s and B.J.’s Honkey Tonk to name a few.

This region has bred legends including Sonny Boy Williamson, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Charlie Rich…

Bo has toured with and opened for BB King, Reba McIntyre plus many other country, rock ‘n’ blues acts while touring the south. Seagulls, Saturday.


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