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Blind Boy Billy

by Sauce Boss

Sauce Boss "Blind Boy Billy" SINGLE Title cut from album " Blind Boy Billy" Burning Disk Records BD 010 Produced by David Davidson Engineered by Bobby Shin, The Library Studios, Nashville TN Fiddle by David Davidson Cover art by Dick Bangham
Genre: Blues: Jump Blues
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The tune “Blind Boy Billy” is a companion to the book “The Life and Times of Blind Boy Billy”. The book is a memoir, available on Amazon. It's also a songbook (with soundtrack) and a cookbook. Bill Wharton is the Sauce Boss, a slide guitarist and singer known for his gastronomic boogie-woogie, and his Liquid Summer Hot Sauce.

In “The Life and Times of Blind Boy Billy”, Wharton filets the story of his life, smokes it, and sandwiches it between photographs, tunes and recipes. It's the backstory of a life of sharing food and music. It’s also a story of the outlaw grower of fine cannabis, and his brush with the law. The tunes and the recipes follow the story, with the Sauce Boss mixing media like it was cornbread.

For nearly 30 years The Sauce Boss has combined his music, his hot sauce, his gumbo, and his Southern hospitality all over the US, and into Canada, Europe, and Asia. Thousands of gigs. Over 1,000,000 miles on the highway. Tons of hot sauce. Way over 200,000 people served, and he’s never charged a penny for the gumbo.



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