Dutch Mason Blues Festival

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Published on August 10, 2014

One of the crowd-pleasing musicians during the weekend's Dutch Mason Blues Festival in Bible Hill was Doyle Bramhall II from Texas. Bramhall II performed Saturday night at the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition grounds and was only one of numerous entertainers who kept thousands of people tuned in throughout the weekend. Ryan Cooke - Truro Daily News

Published on August 10, 2014

Rocket Ritchotte, guitarist for Gregg Rolie, kept toes tapping and hands clapping during Saturday night’s performance at the Dutch Mason Blues Festival, which was attended by thousands of people. Ryan Cooke – Truro Daily News

Published on August 10, 2014

The band of Gregg Rolie kept a huge audience of blues lovers entertained Saturday night at the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition grounds during the annual Dutch Mason Blues Festival. Ryan Cooke – Truro Daily News

Published on August 10, 2014

Gregg Rolie wowed the Dutch Mason Blues Festival crowd on Saturday night. The former lead singer of Santana and an original founder of Journey entertained thousands of people in Bible Hill for the 10th annual event. Ryan Cooke – Truro Daily News

Published on August 10, 2014

Highway 125, a group from Cape Breton, rocked the Dutch Mason Blues Festival stage in Bible Hill early Sunday afternoon. Monique Chiasson – Truro Daily News

Published on August 10, 2014

Hundreds of people were gathered for the blues festival at the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition grounds early Sunday afternoon. Many people said there were several thousand concert-goers throughout the three-day event. Monique Chiasson – Truro Daily News 

Published on August 10, 2014

Bible Hill’s Amy MacMeekin was eager to look at the motorcycles that were showcased at the Dutch Mason Blues Festival in Bible Hill on Sunday. MacMeekin said blues music and bikes go hand-in-hand. Monique Chiasson – Truro Daily News 

Published on August 10, 2014

Kim Myers and Dana Gilby, from Hants County, attended the Dutch Mason Blues Festival in Bible Hill for the first time. The duo had been planning on taking in the venue for a while and were thrilled with what the weekend offered. Monique Chiasson – Truro Daily News

Published on August 10, 2014

Christine Campbell was one of the musicians to rock the stage during this weekend's Dutch Mason Blues Festival – Truro Daily News photo 

Published on August 08, 2014

Heather and Wes from Halifax share a dance and a kiss during the Dutch Mason Blues Festival on Friday in Bible Hill.

Published on August 08, 2014

Christine Campbell performs on Friday night at the Dutch Mason Blues Festival.

Published on August 07, 2014

Gregg Rolie

Published on August 07, 2014

Published on August 06, 2014

Bruce Curry, left, and Reg Crowe were busy Wednesday afternoon erecting the main stage for this weekend’s Dutch Mason Blues Festival in Bible Hill. The three-day event, beginning Friday night, will offer blues music, bikes, a barbecue and much more. Monique Chiasson – Truro Daily News

Published on August 06, 2014

Bruce Curry, left, and Reg Crowe were busy Wednesday afternoon erecting the main stage for this weekend’s Dutch Mason Blues Festival in Bible Hill. The three-day event, beginning Friday night, will offer blues music, bikes, a barbecue and much more. Monique Chiasson – Truro Daily News

Published on August 06, 2014

David DeWolfe, producer of the Dutch Mason Blues Festival, oversees the set up of the main stage at will be located on the raceway grounds in Bible Hill for this weekend's 10th annual Dutch Mason Blues Festival. Monique Chiasson - Truro Daily News

The 10th annual Dutch Mason blues festival was held in Bible Hill from Aug. 8 to 10 at the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition grounds.

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