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Official Robert Johnson Mississippi Blues Trail 12oz Can Coozie 

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Wherever your blues trail takes you, be sure you can keep your drink cool in style. This 12 ounce bottle or can coozie features a photo of Robert Johnson's Mississippi Blues Trail Marker outside of Greenwood, Mississippi.

The marker is located at what is likely the blues guitar master's final resting place. Under a pecan tree, towards the back of the small rural cemetery at Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church, is Johnson's grave marker.

This Bluescentric Brand neoprene foam coozie is about 4 inches (102mm) in diameter.