Blues Society of Tulsa Established 2002
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of
education, knowledge, and appreciation of Blues Music to ensure preservation
of the music and it's history for the future of many generations to come.
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Monday, April 14, 2014
26th & Memorial @ 7pm
Monday, May 12, 2014
VFW Post 577
6th & Peoria @ 7pm
Monday, June 9, 2014
26th & Memorial @ 7pm
Friends of BST:
Your Membership Dues & Donations Keep Us Going...
BLUES CHOICE AWARD WINNERS:
(L-R) Christy Blackwell on behalf of her father Chuck Blackwell, Chris Kyle, Donnie Wood, David Teegarden Jr., Dustin Pittsley, Heather Buckley and Steve Pounds. Big thanks to everyone who came out and Fassler Hall for hosting the 12th Annual Blues Society Birthday Party. Thanks to special guest Conner Culpepper, surprise guest Polly Ells, the oh so Salty Dogs and The Dustin Pittsley Band.
We're already planning for the 2014 Blues Challenges. We'll have more details in the May/June Blues News and on FB around mid April, including a call for entries (entry forms). Here's some basics.
Solo/Duo competition is August 2nd @ The Yeti. Entry deadline: July 2nd.
Band Competition is August 16th @ Cains. Entry deadline July 16th. START MAKING YOUR PLANS NOW TO ENTER!!
Send Check or Money Order for $12 to:
Blues Society of Tulsa
11119 E. 13th Pl.
Tulsa, OK 74128
Besides our regional musicians, which we feel are some of the best in the industry, some special guests on the songs for this CD are Ray Bonneville on Harmonica on Little Joe McLerran's Month of Sundays, Malford Milligan (of 90's Storyville fame... think "Good Day For The Blues & Don't Make Me Cry") on Vocals with Jeff Parker on My Heart Is On Fire, David Teegarden on Drums (Grammy Award Winner with Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band and Teegarden & Van Winkle and JJ Cale's recent Road To Escondido) and Casey Van Beek on Bass (The Tractors) on Steve Pryor's Runaway Lullaby and Scott Ellison's Keys To My Heart (which also includes Dick Sims from Eric Clapton's 70's Tulsa band), and on Dustin Pittsley's In The Morning is Corey Mauser on Clavinet & Hammond B3 (Big Head Todd & The Monsters... you've heard them on the Nissan commercials with their remake of John Lee Hooker's Boom Boom) - Eddie Bagwell Blues Society of Tulsa, VP
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