***CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2019 INTERNATIONAL BLUES CHALLENGE WINNERS: THE ST. LOUIS ROAD TO MEMPHIS WINNERS, THE FABULOUS, MS HY-C AND FRESH START!!!!
THE ST. LOUIS BLUES SOCIETY
FIFTH ANNUAL COMPILATION CD
"18 IN 18"
IS COMING IN FEBRUARY 2019
BECOME A MEMBER TODAY
TO GET YOUR COPY
FEATURING 18 ORIGINAL SONGS BY
Torrey Casey & The Southside Hustle
Al Holliday & East Side Rhythm Band
Bob ‘Bumblebee’ Kamoske
TJ Muller & The Gaslight Squares
Sharon ‘Bear’ Foehner
Saint Boogie Brass Band
Brian Curran & Adam Andrews
Ms HY-C & Fresh Start
Lady J Huston & The Jazz Edge Orchestra
Miss Molly Simms
Chris ‘lron Jaw’ Taylor & the Alley Tones Blues Band
Daniel ‘Ghostleg’ Hamm
Annual General Membership Meeting and Board Elections, Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at the National Blues Museum
The St. Louis Blues Society offers our thanks all of the members who voted for the 2019 class of board of directors for the STLBS. Ballots were tallied at the annual membership meeting held at the National Blues Museum on January 22.
The new group of confirmed board members are: Jerry Minchey, Mary Kaye Tönnies, Lee Howland, Hound Dog Brown, Terry Hardin, Gene Dobbs Bradford, Johnny Willis, and Lynn Barlar.
Our thanks also to all of the board members who have served for so many years! We see great things in the future for Blues in St. Louis!
Check out the St. Louis Blues Society's 4th compilation - 17 IN 17
Check out the original music by St. Louis artists/bands: Devil's Elbow, Marcell Strong and the Apostles, Alonzo Townsend, Kim Massie, Chase Garrett, Teec'a Easby, Brian Owens, Nick Pence & Joey Glynn, Charisse 'Swan' Sauls, Brother Jefferson Band, Matt 'The Rattlesnake' Lesch, Easiders Review Band, Marty Abdullah, Jason David Cooper, Annie & The Fur Trappers, Kyle Yardley and Melissa Neels!
Big Thanks to Paul Niehaus at Blue Lotus Studios, Mike Zitt for the design & Tony Esterly for the mastering.
The St. Louis Blues Society is dedicated to preserving and perpetuating blues music in and from St. Louis, while fostering its growth and appreciation. The St. Louis Blues Society provides blues artists the opportunity for public performance and individual improvement in their field, all for the educational and artistic benefit of the general public.