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