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. Your donations are tax deductible, per the IRS rules. 



Great things are happening, and I am excited about the Future of the Mile High Blues Society. We are working on several events for the coming year that will give you opportunities to hear live blues.  We are a 501C3 non-profit organization that is passionate about promoting and preserving the blues music and community in Denver, Colorado and surrounding communities. Our organization is made up completely of volunteers. We are ALWAYS looking for helpful volunteers to assist with events and tasks behind-the-scenes. Please contact George Williams at 850-556-5442 or email us at Info@milehighbluessociety.com.  Please join us as a member of the Mile High Blues Society and help us with our mission of increased awareness, understanding, and appreciation of blues music.

George Williams,

President  MHBS 


CMDANCE benefit for MUSICARES July 28th

We invite you to celebrate MusiCares's work, as well as help to raise money for the organization by attending the benefit. A meal with an acoustic blues set will be provided, and then a full band set will play with open dance space available in the upstairs ballroom of the Denver Turnverein.

We are having a $5 pre-registration for our event until Friday, July 19th! Yes! That means $45 for the full event with the acoustic blues set and the meal, $25 for the meal only, and $15 for the dance event!

Go preregister now!!

BLUES5 at checkout.

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Check out this awesome event supported by MHBS!

Southern Avenue with Cat Empire at at Cervantes on August 6th!

We are giving away 2 pairs of tickets to the show for current MHBS members!

Members should send an email to info@milehighbluessociety.com to enter the drawing for the tickets.

To become a member or to renew your membership hit the join tab at the top of the page.


“...a deeply soulful Memphis band that’s turning the scene on its head.” - Relix Magazine


Buy tickets here!    https://etix.com/ticket/p/33442131


471 Main St, Longmont 

The Mile High Blues Society society is giving away 2 pairs of tickets to see Hamilton Loomis at Bricks on Main on August 18, in Fort Collins to current members of the Mile High Blues Society.  If you would like to be entered into the giveaway send us an email to Info@milehighbluessociety.com, make sure to mention the Hamilton Loomis Show. Names will be drawn on August 1.
If you would like to join or renew your membership to MHBS please go to https://milehighbluessociety.com/join


Get ready for this great show in the heart of downtown Longmont at 5th and main!   Bricks on Main with Miss Krissy's Bistro is quickly becoming a favorite place for musicians to play and crowds to gather, dance, eat and drink. This show will be a special performance from international recording artist Hamilton Loomis for a  only $15! General admission.   Full food menu and bar, limited seating so come grab your spot and get ready to dance.

Doors open at 5pm. 
Show time 6pm-9pm

Buy tickets here!

More about Hamilton: 
Born and raised in Galveston, Texas, Loomis is the son of musician parents who listened to blues, rock and soul. Music ran in his veins and, with instruments readily available around the house, he picked up drums, piano, guitar and harmonica, honing his multi-instrumental talent in addition to performing regularly as part of his family’s doo-wop group.
“My parents had a fantastic record collection and, when I started writing, I gravitated towards what I’d been listening to all my life. I have a huge reverence for the blues and all it encompasses, but I’ve always been fond of R&B and funky music.”
A protégé of Bo Diddley, Loomis met the icon backstage at the age of 16 at Houston’s famed venue Rockefeller’s. Before the night was over, Loomis was onstage playing guitar with the legend. Diddley quickly became friend, mentor, collaborator and supporter, appearing on two of Loomis’ albums and presenting a cherished red guitar that he still plays.

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