Joe Bonamassa's KTBA LAUNCHES FUELING MUSICIANS PROGRAM Joe Bonamassa’s Fueling Musicians Program is an emergency relief plan for touring musicians affected by the COVID-19 crisis. This initiative is designed to support musicians by providing financial assistance for essential living expenses such as food, shelter, and more. Fueling Musicians provides immediate cash payments of $1,000, as well as pre-paid gas cards of $500 to help struggling musicians get back on the road again when it is safe.Your gift today will have an impact on the livelihood of struggling musicians. Please help with what you can - your donations go directly to musicians in need.DONATE NOW! If you are a musician that has been dramatically affected by the cancellation of shows due to COVID-19, click here to apply.
Mile High Blues Society
Welcome to the Mile High Blues Society
MHBS Mission Statement:
To nurture appreciation for blues music through blues performances, youth blues education, as well as sponsoring local and international blues challenge competitions.
Mile High Blues Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. You donations are tax deductible, per the IRS rules.
Reckless and Blue
February 12, 2021
Number Thirty Eight 3560 Chestnut Pl.Denver, CO 80216United States (map)
SET 1: 2-3PM
SET 2: 6-7PM
We are very excited to be playing 2 shows at No.38 in Denver's RiNo District for Valentine's Day! We do hope you'll join us for a fun Colorado atmosphere, great food and groovy tunes.
Both shows will be outdoors with heaters and COVID safety measures will be in place.
3560 Chestnut Pl, Denver, CO 80216
Show times: 2-3 pm & 6-7 pm
Reservations for outdoor seats are highly encouraged in order to secure seats for the show. Please select outdoor seating to see show.
Send us your upcoming shows, remote, live, streamed - we'd love to put them on the calendar and spread the word.
We'd love to help spread the word about your music!
BLUES FOUNDATION APPOINTS NEW PRESIDENT & CEO
Blues Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Patricia Wilson Aden as its next President & CEO. Aden brings more than three decades of non-profit management experience to the Foundation, with a specialization in the preservation and celebration of African American cultural resources. Her most recent experience as President & CEO of the African American Museum in Philadelphia and her earlier role as Executive Director of the Rhythm & Blues Foundation make her uniquely qualified to lead The Blues Foundation and its Blues Hall of Fame. Aden stated, “I am genuinely excited to join The Blues Foundation and the Blues community in celebrating the Blues and the artists who have made it America’s original musical genre. Aden will join the Foundation staff on October 1, 2020.
Aden succeeds Barbara Newman, who will begin her retirement September 30th. Under Newman’s leadership, The Blues Foundation saw marked growth in engagement and reach in all facets of the organization’s operations. She embraced technology to offer greater access to and programming of major Blues Foundation events, including the International Blues Challenge and Blues Music Awards, forged new industry alliances, and amplified awareness of organizational activities in fulfilling The Blues Foundation’s mission to preserve, celebrate, and expand awareness of the Blues genre. Most recently, she led the charge to develop a relief fund to provide financial support for basic living necessities to Blues musicians whose income streams have evaporated in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the first of April, that fund has raised over $250,000 and assisted close to 250 musicians. Throughout her tenure, she has prioritized strong fiscal management and is leaving The Blues Foundation well-situated to further advance its mission under Aden’s leadership.
General Information about the COVID-19 Blues Musician Emergency Relief Fund
Equal Sound Corona Relief Fund
Mile High Blues Society
THE BLUES STORE IS OPEN - MHBS T-SHIRTS ARE HERE
Membership starts at only $15, Please click here to get started.