Sauce Boss Cooks Up Blues and Gumbo Friday in Johnson City
Sometimes you never know what you'll find to do in the Greater Binghamton area. I love the fact that when the warmer weather hits, there is so much going on. If you like good blues and authentic gumbo, you're in luck! The Sauce Boss is cooking up both at the Goodwill Theater in Johnson City Friday night at 7pm.
The Sauce Boss not only plays slide, sings his tamales off, makes gumbo, and feeds everybody… he also plays a drum kit with his feet. “You take that 53 Telecaster, pump it through that 48 Fender amp, add a bass rig, mix in some drums, all simmered down over some funky swamp blues, and smothered with gumbo, and you got a recipe for the largest one-man band on the planet.”
The Sauce Boss has cooked gumbo on stage for over 190,000 for free. He mixes his spicy slide guitar with his Liquid Summer Hot Sauce right into every night's performance of his own gumbo recipe. It's a multi-sensory soul shouting picnic of rock and roll brotherhood. And at the end of the night, everybody eats.
It sounds like another fun and unique night at the Goodwill Theater/ Schorr Family Firehouse Stage, 46-48 Willow Street in Johnson City. And for $10 you get a meal with your entertainment. A cheap date night. Hey, I love blues and I love gumbo! Maybe I'll see you there.