Best Juke Box 

Filled with 45s, the BLIND WILLIE'S jukebox is a genuine relic of the pre-digital era. The focus is on old blues, soul, classic R&B and early rock 'n' roll, but you'll also find country, swing, Tejano and zydeco. While the selections change periodically, culled from the endless stacks of dusty vinyl stored in the club's basement, the mix usually includes both standards (Howlin' Wolf, Elmore James, James Brown) and obscurities (TV Slim, Jimmy McGriff, Noble "Thin Man" Watts).

828 N. Highland Ave. 404-873-2583.


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