CAPTAIN BLOOD – The VAMPIRATE – A Bloody Good Song ;-)

Captain Blood – The Vampirate

“Captain Blood the Vampirate” is a Folk Rock / Sea Shanty by Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers. They are Nashville’s favourite pirates! They tell the tale of Captain Blood, the Pirate Vampire cursed to sail the seas for eternity searching for plunderable blood.

Captain Blood The Vampirate Tom Mason and The Blue Bucaneers

Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers

Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers are a wild band of Nashville musicians who dress like pirates and play a rollicking mix of piratical sing-alongs, rousing historical rave-ups, afro-cuban tinged ballads, Cajun sea shanties, and bluesy Irish jigs, transforming big festivals, performing arts centres, and urban nightclubs into bustling seaside taverns at the turn of the seventeenth century.

A Bloody Good Song

I stumbled upon this track while looking up ferry sailings and then looking up Sea Shanty festivals. If you like VAMPIRES and you like SEA SHANTIES and you like THEATRICS you will like them. 🙂 You can spot them at various Pirate Festivals across the globe.

You can download the song at various online outlets including AMAZON.

Captain Blood The Vampirate


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11 thoughts on “CAPTAIN BLOOD – The VAMPIRATE – A Bloody Good Song ;-)

    1. Hee hee hee. I watched the good looking vampires like Hammer Dracula, frightnight, lost boys, vampire diaries, dracula 2000 etc etc. Nosferatu didnt do it for me either! Ha. Vampire needs to be good looking to be able to seduce. 😁 Yes great fun band this. I like pirate festivals.

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      1. Sailor as in we had a 30’ sailboat (sold when we parted ways). Yes the ex was in the Navy. Sailed on Lake Michigan, raised in Chicago. Moved to Tennessee 2 years ago.

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