Joey Naples

Joey NaplesJoey in the Midday – 10am – 2pm

The 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!

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Joey Naples shared Djmattewlondon Jazzfunksoul's video.Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 at 8:13am

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Freddie King - She Put a Whammy On Me
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Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 8:25pm

Video - HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Tony McPhee on 23rd March , a fine guitarist who was at the heart of the British Blues Boom.
https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/tony-ts-mcphee/
Tony's band The Groundhogs are still working today, in their fifth decade, having made their bones backing all the Chicago Blues Legends when they came to Europe in the 60s.

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I Love Blues Music
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Tony McPhee on 23rd March , a fine guitarist who was at the heart of the British Blues Boom. https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/tony-ts-mcphee/ Tony's band The Groundhogs are still working today, in their fifth decade, having made their bones backing all the Chicago Blues Legends when they came to Europe in the 60s.
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Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 8:25pm

Video - Juke Boy Bonner got his Blues-name as a kid back in Texas, when he stood by the juke-box and sang along was born March 22 1932.
https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/juke-boy-bonner/
Juke Boy was a highly talented multi-instrumentalist who sometimes performed as a one-man-band and never had a hit record despite writing some great songs.

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I Love Blues Music
Juke Boy Bonner got his Blues-name as a kid back in Texas, when he stood by the juke-box and sang along was born March 22 1932. https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/juke-boy-bonner/ Juke Boy was a highly talented multi-instrumentalist who sometimes performed as a one-man-band and never had a hit record despite writing some great songs.
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Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 2:25am

Video - Pinetop Perkins, the rollicking Blues pianist who spent many years in Muddy Waters' band, passed away on March 21st 2011
https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/pinetop-perkins/
His early career as a guitarist had been cut short by an injury so Joe Willie (Pinetop) Perkins took up piano and developed a rolling Boogie style, which won him a Grammy at the age of 97!

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I Love Blues Music
Pinetop Perkins, the rollicking Blues pianist who spent many years in Muddy Waters' band, passed away on March 21st 2011 https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/pinetop-perkins/ His early career as a guitarist had been cut short by an injury so Joe Willie (Pinetop) Perkins took up piano and developed a rolling Boogie style, which won him a Grammy at the age of 97!
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Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 2:25am

Video - Otis Spann the Mississippi born pianist who made a big name for himself in Chicago, was born on March 21st 1930.
https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/otis-spann/
Otis was probably the most renowned piano player on the scene in the 50s with Muddy Waters and the Chess house-band, and a great singer when leading his own band.

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I Love Blues Music
Otis Spann the Mississippi born pianist who made a big name for himself in Chicago, was born on March 21st 1930. https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/otis-spann/ Otis was probably the most renowned piano player on the scene in the 50s with Muddy Waters and the Chess house-band, and a great singer when leading his own band.
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Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Tuesday, March 21st, 2017 at 8:24pm

Video - William Clarke, the fine West-coast harp player who played with George 'Harmonica' Smith, was born on March 21st 1951.
https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/william-clarke/
William learned his trade from the masters of the Mississippi Sax & took it to new levels, but passed away before making his name.

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I Love Blues Music
William Clarke, the fine West-coast harp player who played with George 'Harmonica' Smith, was born on March 21st 1951. https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/william-clarke/ William learned his trade from the masters of the Mississippi Sax & took it to new levels, but passed away before making his name.
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Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Tuesday, March 21st, 2017 at 8:24pm

Video - Eddie James House Jr., better known as the Delta Blues singer and slide-guitarist 'Son' House, was born on March 21st 1902.
https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/son-house/
Son House was often asked about Charley Patton and Robert Johnson by people who regarded them as Legends, but he was just talking about his friends.

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I Love Blues Music
Eddie James House Jr., better known as the Delta Blues singer and slide-guitarist 'Son' House, was born on March 21st 1902. https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/son-house/ Son House was often asked about Charley Patton and Robert Johnson by people who regarded them as Legends, but he was just talking about his friends.
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Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 8:24pm

Video - Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the big brave woman who took her radical Gospel/Blues to the world, was born on March 20th 1915.
https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/sister-rosetta-tharpe/
Sister Rosetta was a sanctified Gospel shouter who played a mean Blues guitar, and she praised the Lord & belted out her Blues with equal vigour all over the world, but she alienated the faithful when she got her records in the charts.

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I Love Blues Music
Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the big brave woman who took her radical Gospel/Blues to the world, was born on March 20th 1915. https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/sister-rosetta-tharpe/ Sister Rosetta was a sanctified Gospel shouter who played a mean Blues guitar, and she praised the Lord & belted out her Blues with equal vigour all over the world, but she alienated the faithful when she got her records in the charts.
Frank Eberling She appears in the great French film, AMELIE.
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Joey Naples shared I Love Blues Music's video.Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 8:24pm

Video - HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Marcia Ball, the Queen of New Orleans Piano Blues, who celebrates on March 20th.
https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/marcia-ball/
Marcia grew up with a head-full of New Orleans piano music, so when she started making records, her Blues & Boogie roots and soulful voice shone through.

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I Love Blues Music
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Marcia Ball, the Queen of New Orleans Piano Blues, who celebrates on March 20th. https://www.allaboutbluesmusic.com/marcia-ball/ Marcia grew up with a head-full of New Orleans piano music, so when she started making records, her Blues & Boogie roots and soulful voice shone through.
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Joey Naples shared Stevie Van Zandt's photo.Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 8:12pm

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Jens Svarre-Ankjær Death is always rather sad, but look at it at this perspective: mr. Berry was 90 years old, he was active right until the end and he lived a great life with both some high highs and some very low lows (prison sentences). And he will forever be remembered with John Lennon's words: "If you tried to give rock'n'roll another name, you might call it Chuck Berry". That's how great he was - the godfather of rock!
Mike Ubben I'm lucky to live in St Louis and Chuck Berry would play once a month at a bar called Blueberry Hill great time, a national treasure!!
Paco Praena 'His mother told him Someday you will be a man And you will be a leader of a big old band Many people coming from miles around And hear you play your music till the sun goes down Maybe someday your name gonna be in light' Thanks Chuck!! RIP
Vince Grienti I was born in 1953 and started playing in 1966. Just about every residential street had open windows where one could hear kids practicing Chuck's tunes. He was the "teacher" for all us from that age right to the present. When you play Johnny B Goode the dance floor always fills up. That's the power of his genius.
Steve Mertl It's weird, the Stones' cover of Carol was playing on Underground Garage on my drive home. When I got in I saw the NTY report about Chuck Berry's death.
Steph Gero Repose en paix Chuck, l'idole de notre jeunesse. Inventeur du rock and roll, nous ne nous lasserons pas d'entendre tes riffs de guitare. RIP
Brett Wallach As great as Chuck was and deserving of praise and respect...remember, Elvis's first records were out a year before Chuck's, and if it wasn't for E's huge success, Chuck and Jerry Leww and Richard and Buddy would never have had anywhere near the success they did. Just sayin'
Heather Hardy Had just played Boz Scaggs playing a Chuck Berry great song "You never can tell, c'est le vie" when we heard the news. Thanks for all those wonderful songs. RIP. But the rock and roll loves on
Deron Bunton St. Louis native and without question one of the pioneers and most influential artists who influenced so many other musicians including Eric Clapton and Cream, The Beatles, The Kinks, Bruce Springsteen, The Animals and The Rolling Stones and so many others.
Roxy Andersen Thank You Little Steven!! Your "words of truth" are actual poetry to the man who brought us all Rock & Roll. He was my "Guitar Hero" and influence!!
Joe Boncek Well said, he was a TRUE original...He is in Rock and Roll Heaven, boogieing in the kitchen, boogieing in the hall, he got something on his finger and he wiped it on the WALL!
Warren Sanchez Total Respect, if it was,nt for Chuck Berry we probably would,nt of had our favourite bands of today & yesterday... RIP
Anne Prowell When the black and the white found each other in music, the whole world changed. He did that, in scale. And who knows what reverberations we'll feel now.
Stephen Wright A truly amazing musician!! I Mourn his passing. 😕😢 I grew with music. The Greatest Generation is disappearing fast.
Kirk Budelman He also brought the cameras in the bathroom At his house and restaurant. Settled For 1.3 million. Sorry, piece of shit
Robert DuPont On my Muzak at work, they have Havana Moon on. Not sure why that particular song, probably because it is mellow, but I am reminded of Chuck Berry everyday.
Matthew Steven Sichko The origional king of rock and roll was actually Little Richard but white people took the title from him and gave it to Elvis.Chuck Berry should have been the one with that title though.he could twang that ol Ginson like no other
Mario Cicerello How often in a tiny world, in a club on the third floor of a building in Asbury Park "Carol" or "Johnny B. Goode" set then tone for the nights that so profoundly would change our lives and those of an entire
Shawn Wayne Coombs So precise and so true. Thank You Chuck for the gift of Rock! Now count that Great Band in the Sky in and let's go...,, #RIPCHUCK #TRUEORIGINAL
Janet Marshall But it's sad, they never kept his music playing when he was alive or ever mentioned anything about him. Only now when he dies.
Elliot Easton When they sent that space probe out into the Universe, they got a message back: "Send more CHUCK BERRY!"
Brian Emele Well said Little Steven! Sad day, but it's like they say. Rock N Roll will NEVER die!! Hail, Hail Rock N Roll!
Robert Martin For one weekend in 1961 Chuck was the king 👑 of rock with Sigma Nu fraternity at Georgia Tech!!!😁 RIP Chuck!
Joel Winograd Simply he was the master and creator of Rock n Roll, which will never die. Johnny B Goode!!!
Cat Campanelli if there's a rock and roll heaven, well you know they've got a hell of a band....
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Joey NaplesMonday, March 20th, 2017 at 8:12am

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Chuck Berry and Robbie Robertson - Pass Away (1986)
Filmed for 'Hail, Hail, Rock 'n' Roll', but not used at the time.
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Joey Naples shared Heppest of the Hep.'s video.Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 8:12am

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1964 Chuck Berry plays live his 58’ hit “Johnny B. Goode” and the 64’ hit “Nadine (is that you?). HD clips from the 1964 “TAMI Show.” Backed by the Wrecking Crew who are off screen. Dig it!! #heppestofthehep #hep #hoth

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