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!

Joey Naples
Joey NaplesMonday, October 16th, 2017 at 10:15pm
Heading home after a big night., good night
Joey Naples
Joey Naples shared All About 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 over the world.
Joey Naples
All About 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 All About 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 months. Did he sell his soul to the Devil at the crossroads at midnight in return for his unique talent? His playing certainly took Blues guitar to another level, but perhaps the debt was called soon in, as he became the Founding Father of The 27 Club.
Joey Naples
Joey Naples shared All About 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 spells as a band-leader, sometimes sharing the stage with his son, Lurie Bell.
Joey Naples
All About 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 All About 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 have enhanced the careers of Bob Dylan, the Allman Brothers, Canned Heat & many more.
Joey Naples
All About 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 All About 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 the Woodstock Festival leading his Blues Band.
Joey Naples
All About 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.

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