Located downtown Nashville, in Historic Printers Alley is legendary for the best in live blues. Anyone who’s anyone has jammed on our stage, and locals and visitors alike all know if you want real blues, this is the place to come! Winner of the prestigious Blues Foundation "Keeping the Blues Alive" Award in 2000, for best blues club. Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler- Let The Good Times Roll!
In the 50's, 60's and 70's, this club was the home to the Boots Randolph Carousel Club. In the early 80's, Boot's moved across the alley to a new location. Boot's officially retired from the club business shortly afterward.
Around 1990, the Captain's Table moved into these quarters from it's original location at the corner of Printer's Alley and Church Street. A fixture in Printer's Alley for over 50 years was owned and operated by Mickey Criechter. Mickey finally left the club business around 1999.
Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar
220 Printers Alley