Joey Naples

joeyThe Night Train – Saturdays 7pm to midnight

Joey Naples is your “King of Cool” in the Florida Keys! Joey is a transplant from the West Palm Beach area where he was a Sr. Director for an NBC  television station for over 25 years. Joey always dreamed of moving to the Florida Keys to fish, have fun and play some really good music… guess he got his wish! Join the King of Cool weekdays from 10am till 2pm for “Joey in the MidDay”, Saturday nights from 7 till midnight for the “Night Train”. You can also join Joey as he broadcasts live every Wednesday night at 6 pm from the Ocean View Inn and Sports Pub in Islamorada. Hail to the King!


Joey Naples
Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Monday, May 8th, 2017 at 5:29pm

Video - Joe Bonamassa, the Blues guitar ace, was born on the aniversary of Robert Johnson's Birthday in 1977.
http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/joe-bonamassa/
Joe's spectacular guitar work, his sensitive songwriting talents and his genuine Blues voice are taking The Blues to new audiences all...

Joey Naples
I Love Blues Music
Joe Bonamassa, the Blues guitar ace, was born on the aniversary of Robert Johnson's Birthday in 1977. http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/joe-bonamassa/ Joe's spectacular guitar work, his sensitive songwriting talents and his genuine Blues voice are taking The Blues to new audiences all over the world.
Joey Naples
Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's photo.Monday, May 8th, 2017 at 5:29pm

Photo - Robert Johnson, known as the King of the Delta Blues, was born in Hazlehurst, Mississippi on May 8th 1911.
http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/robert-johnson/
Robert progressed from barely adequate strummer to the most inventive guitarist of his era in just a few short...

Jack Suggs Tommy Johnson was a pioneer in Mississippi blues whose songs and distinctive falsetto moan were adopted by many of his contemporaries and followers. He was born in 1896 on a plantation between Crystal Springs and Terry and was one of eleven children. Johnson learned to play guitar from his older brother LeDell (1892–1972) and as a young teen ran away to the Delta. He returned two years later an accomplished performer, which, according to LeDell, Johnson attributed to a meeting with a mysterious figure at a crossroads. The story, which involved Johnson handing over his guitar to a large black man who tuned it for him, predates the similar and more famous tale of the (unrelated) bluesman Robert Johnson (1911-1938) selling his soul to the devil at the crossroads. http://www.msbluestrail.org/blues-trail-markers/tommy-johnson
Andy Lewis This is the real story of what happened to Robert Johnson, and how the story came to be. Told by his grandson. No devils or crossroads, just a guy named Ike Zimmer, and an old graveyard https://youtu.be/W6dX1I3eLYk
Michael Jorgensen Great genius of the blues. First discovered him when I wanted to hear what the original version of Crossroads sounded like after listening to Cream's version. I saw a record of Robert Johnson's songs which I bought, took home and was blown away.
Mike Demore When he plays it actually sounds like two guitars, Eric clapton did a special on Robert Johnson and he had a second guitarist play with him to try to get his sound !!!
Mike Furtado Mr. Robert Johnson's Complete Collection, is my most favorite of Old Time Blues. Wheter or not he sold his soul to the devil, his contribution to The Blues scene is SPECIAL.
Barry Smith I heard he sold his soul to the devil to play guitar. I also heard that the devil went down to Georgia and he was lookin for a soul to steal . 😄
Claye Mud Davies Johnson looks like he sold his soul not only to play music but for a full rectal examination. By the looks of this pic he received the latter.
Jay Parker I think Robert got to see Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell and listening to them you can hear where Robert Johnson got some songs.
Eddie Zaragoza When Brian Jones played Robert Johnson for Keith Richards, Keith asked him who was playing the second guitar.
George Prokos Epitomizes the Blues along with Lead Belly & Mississippi John Hurt
Gayle Fulton Never knew he was s Taurus... Down to the ground blues!
Tracy Thomas I love Robert Johnson every son I have heard of his I like he takes up a lot of one of my playlists for sure.
Casey Ross I thought it was Faust that sold his soul to the devil.....and Liszt.
Adrian Whitaker Just north of Greenwood Mississippi, R.I.P. Mr Johnson
Robert Johnson Jr. His music is awesome, and some of his music was used and influenced many people
Jim Rushing Anyone know what kind of Guitar Robert was playing, when he was making these Awesome Sounds..???
Dayne Morgan "All the doctors in Hot Springs sho caint hep you none"
John Roark
Michael Ian Shell Who was reincarnated as Hendrix...
Joyce Smith Thats what they say. There isnt any Kool aid down there. I dont drink kool aid.
David Mccullough Paul Irvine remember that's my guitar. 😀
Jobo Bertolino "MR. BLUES"!!!! 😱😎🎷🎼🎺🎵🎹🎼🎸🎵🎻🎼💣💥💨😉👍
Ben Cavitt Eric Clapton went down to the cross roads to
Warwick Leete Mark Hickey for blues music.
Lee Anthony Wilson Clarke A master...❤🙏🙇
Joey Naples
Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Sunday, May 7th, 2017 at 5:28am

Video - Carey Bell, the Delta harp player who learned from the Masters in Chicago, passed away on May 6th 2007.
http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/carey-bell/
Carey's long career as a side-man has been punctuated by excellent solo albums, the superb 'Harp Attack' project, and...

Joey Naples
I Love Blues Music
Carey Bell, the Delta harp player who learned from the Masters in Chicago, passed away on May 6th 2007. http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/carey-bell/ Carey's long career as a side-man has been punctuated by excellent solo albums, the superb 'Harp Attack' project, and spells as a band-leader, sometimes sharing the stage with his son, Lurie Bell.
Joey Naples
Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Friday, May 5th, 2017 at 5:27pm

Video - Blind Willie McTell, the superb Piedmont fingerpicker, was born on May 5th 1901 (or maybe 1898 or 1903!)
http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/blind-willie-mctell/
Blind Willie's twin legacy is his fine collection of recordings, and the catalogue of superb songs he left us, which...

Joey Naples
I Love Blues Music
Blind Willie McTell, the superb Piedmont fingerpicker, was born on May 5th 1901 (or maybe 1898 or 1903!) http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/blind-willie-mctell/ Blind Willie's twin legacy is his fine collection of recordings, and the catalogue of superb songs he left us, which have enhanced the careers of Bob Dylan, the Allman Brothers, Canned Heat & many more.
Joey Naples
Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Thursday, May 4th, 2017 at 11:27pm

Video - Paul Butterfield, who used Howlin' Wolf's rhythm section on his fine debut album, passed away on May 4th 1987.
http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/paul-butterfield/
Paul learned play Blues harp in Southside Chicago clubs and took it to the world with his performance at...

Joey Naples
I Love Blues Music
Paul Butterfield, who used Howlin' Wolf's rhythm section on his fine debut album, passed away on May 4th 1987. http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/paul-butterfield/ Paul learned play Blues harp in Southside Chicago clubs and took it to the world with his performance at the Woodstock Festival leading his Blues Band.
Joey Naples
Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017 at 5:26pm

Video - Link Wray, whose 'slow fingers' led him to come up with the 'power-chord', was born on May 2nd 1929.
http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/link-wray/
Massively popular, yet almost unknown, with riffs like the brooding menace of 'Rumble', used in dozens of major...

Joey Naples
I Love Blues Music
Link Wray, whose 'slow fingers' led him to come up with the 'power-chord', was born on May 2nd 1929. http://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/link-wray/ Massively popular, yet almost unknown, with riffs like the brooding menace of 'Rumble', used in dozens of major films, Link Wray's power chords are heard all over modern Blues-Rock.

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