Bradfordville Blues Club

Bradfordville Blues Club

The Bradfordville Blues Club combines a truly unique location and atmosphere with the best the blues has to offer. Hidden in a rural part of Tallahassee, the experience begins when you travel down the winding dirt roads and up the hill that lead to the Club.

Surrounded by fields of tall stalks of corn and old majestic oak trees dripping with moss, the one room cinder block "juke joint" has hosted an impressive list of nationally renowned blues acts. The more than 50 original portraits autographed by the "Kings and Queens" of the Blues, which serve as table tops and wall hangings, attest to the quality of entertainment. The BBC has a different artist each weekend, usually with different touring acts on Friday and Saturday nights. Club appearances in the past have included such notables as Bobby Blue Bland, Bobby Rush, the late Jimmy Rogers, Duke Robillard, Kenny Neal, Big Daddy Kinsey and the Kinsey Report, Big Jack Johnson, E.C. Scott, Eddie Kirkland, Johnnie Marshall, Darryl Nulisch, Sandra Hall, Ms. Lavelle White, Son Seals and a host of others.

The bonfire burns nightly under the large oaks and provides a great atmosphere. You can usually meet the artists as they too enjoy the rustic surroundings out by the fire or you can just sit back and relax during the set break.