Eleanor and Mike Bliss dance the evening away to blues tunes at the Blue Ridge Blues & BBQ Festival in downtown Blue Ridge, Saturday September 21.
Three of the Blue Ridge Lodging Association’s Blue Ridge Blues & BBQ organizers enjoyed the event’s kickoff party, which also doubled as the Fannin County Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours social, at Grumpy Old Men Brewing Thursday, September 19. Shown are, from left, Greg Spencer, CJ Stam and Bill Banzhaf. Not shown is Paul Gribble.
Debbie Monck and Brenda Morgan catch up during the Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours and Blues & BBQ Festival kickoff party at Grumpy Old Men Brewing.
Pam Fink and Rita Suiter enjoy the recent Blues & BBQ Festival kickoff party and chamber networking event at Grumpy Old Men Brewing, September 19.
Project Chimps Communications Manager Leslie Wade stands with chamber President Jan Hackett at the Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours and the Blue Ridge Lodging Association’s Blues & BBQ Festival kickoff party at Grumpy Old Men Brewing.
Mike and Ginger Epperson chow down on piles of barbeque nachos as blues music filters over the air during the Blues & BBQ Festival.
The Blues Brothers crashed the Blue Ridge Blues & BBQ Festival, September 21. Shown carousing with them is Brannan Mathis of Mystic Mountain Pizza.
After being arrested, Blue Ridge Police Chief Johnny Scearce and Officer Thomas Davis led the unruly men to the stage to be judged by Chief Magistrate Judge Brian Jones.
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