Bill The Sauce Boss Wharton [LIVE MUSIC] at 25 S. J Street, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Thursday, November 03, 2011, 08:30pm
When the Sauce Boss decided to put cooking and music in the same show, the whole thing took off. Some have called it shtick or a gimmick, but Wharton says "it's two things that I've always loved to do--play music and cook dinner!" He does both equally well. Haven’t heard him play? You’ll never forget him once you do. With his distinctive slide guitar sound, wrought out of his ’53 Telecaster like a man beggin’ for mercy, and slung through a 1948 Fender amp like a dark horse running through the night, the Sauce Boss has a truly authentic sound that leaves you looking for something you thought you’d lost, but in fact you never knew you had. Since 1990, the sauce boss has cooked gumbo for over 175,000 people, while simultaneously playing his own swampy Florida blues. A Sauce Boss event transcends performance. It's a soul-shouting picnic of rock & roll brotherhood, involving everyone. And at the end of the show, everyone eats. Due to the request of the artist, this is a non-smoking show.