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PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS NOW

TICKETS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE AT:

THE MUSEUM CAFE:

10466 West Yulee Drive, Homosassa (352) 628-9411

Chamber of Commerce:  

915 North Suncoast Blvd ,Crystal River (352) 795-3149

Oysters Restaurant:

606 SE Highway 19, Crystal River (352) 795-2633 

 
2021 NCFOB 25-THE LAUREN MITCHELL BAND

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Hear the sounds of the Lauren Mitchell Band 

2019 WOMEN OF THE BLUES-THE ELLIE LEE BAND

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Hear the sounds of the Ellie Lee Band 

2019 WOMEN OF THE BLUES-L.C. WILLIAMS

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Hear the sounds of the L.C. Williams 

2019 WOMEN OF THE BLUES-SHEBA THE MISSISSIPPI QUEEN

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Feel the soulful sounds of Sheba and find out why she is the Queen of Mississippi 

WHAT NCFOB DOES

The Nature Coast Friends of Blues, Inc., as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit charity, will protect the integrity of the annual Blues‘N' Bar-B-Que, we will give back to the community by annually naming a beneficiary of the Blues’N' Bar-B-Que, and we will preserve and emphasize the rich history of the Blues through other live music events, educational endeavors and museum exhibits at the Museum Cafe.  WWW.NCFOB.COM

WHO WE ARE

The Nature Coast Friends of Blues, Inc. formed in 2007 after Jim Anderson, owner of the Olde Mill House Gallery and Printing Museum and event organizer of the Blues‘N' Bar-B-Que called it quits. 

 

First-time attendee Susan Mitchell saw the need to keep this event alive so, after a few phone calls Jim set up an impromptu Saturday blues jam session in the Garden behind the Museum Café. By that afternoon, a group of volunteers signed up to help get the association off the ground. Local attorney, John Clardy helped us get our non-profit corporation status. 

 

Our success allowed us to donate to various beneficiaries. Read more.....