Mac Arnold's love affair with Key Largo & Bayside Grille continues. For 3 nights, Thurs, Fri & Sat, May 11, 12 & 13. Mac has been featuring his Cornbread & Collard Greens tour throughout the Southeast United States for the past 11 years with Bayside Grille included for the last 5.
Mac Arnold is a legend in the Blues and television world. Mac played bass for BB King, is one of the last living members of the Muddy Waters Band, did the intro for Sanford & Sons television show,  co-produced the Soul Train television show and played with Otis Redding at Leo's Casino the night before he passed away in a plane crash.
In 2015 Mac Arnold was awarded an honarary doctorate degree from University of South Carolina for his life contribution to music.  Mac Arnold is world famous for the great tunes he puts out on his Gasoline Can Guitar built for him by his brother Leroy when they were kids.