Oklahoma Blues Society has been a part of the Oklahoma City Blues Scene for decades supporting local live bands and live music venues It also supports Keeping The Blues Alive Foundations efforts with Blues in the Schools and National touring artists. We are a group of like-minded music lovers that connects through our mutual love of the blues. We host a monthly event where we celebrate the music of the electric blues movement who’s roots began in Chicago. By helping to promote National touring acts and work to bring these acts to our local market with our partner 79th Street Sound Stage we hope to grow the local blues community. We have a simple creed. Support the blues any time, any place. All you have to do to become a member is be connected via our email list, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. We will do our best to keep you informed so you will not miss a single blues event in this town.
Cara Black on vocal Steve Coleman guitar Lee Norman bass
Belle Isle Blues Festival June 20th 2020
Every Second Sunday at Belle Isle Brewery
Keeping the Blues Alive® Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by two-time GRAMMY nominated blues-rock artist Joe Bonamassa. We fuel the passion for music by funding projects and scholarships to allow students and teachers the resources and tools that further music education. Since its inception in 2011, KTBA has been able to fund music programs and initiatives affecting 70,000+ students in all 50 states. We accomplish this by making weekly donations to music projects in schools, as well as funding merit-based scholarships and extracurricular programs all over the country. Through donations totaling $600,000+ from fundraisers, sweepstakes, merchandise sales, and our biannual blues festival at sea, KTBA has been able to keep all too vital music education thriving. With the help of donors like you, we will continue to make dreams a reality for young musicians and promote emerging talent.
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