Faith Lift

Have some gospel with your brunch

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ou may think the House of Blues is at its best late on a Saturday night. But if you wait until the next morning, you can enjoy one of the famous venue’s best-kept secrets. On certain holidays, the HoB puts on a gospel brunch with soulful singers and an all-you-can-eat southern-style buffet of corn bread, hickory smoked bacon and sausage links, homemade biscuits and country gravy, southern fried chicken, Creole shrimp jambalaya, and more. The second-best-kept secret? There’s a metal box filled with mud from the Mississippi Delta underneath the stage. Penzias

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The word “gospel” comes from the old English “gōd spell” and the German “gut speil,” meaning “good news.”

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