Summer's Last Blast & Blues Festival

Upstate South Carolina's first Blues Festival of it's kind...Summer's Last Blast and Blues Festival, featuring Cee Cee James w/Rickey Godfrey, The Matt Walsh Band, The J Edwards Band, Freddie Vanderford and Brandon Turner w/The Shades, The King Bees and the 2011 Georgia Music Legend Award Winner and Queen of the Blues Guitar Beverly Guitar Watkins!

Look forward to next years! Mark your calendar for September 15, 2012.

Here is some footage of Cee Cee James out of Nashville at this years event.


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