Shout out to all our Smoky Mountain Blues Society members,
Hope you are being safe and finding ways to enjoy the Blues wherever you are sheltering. A lot of musicians are doing live-streaming and we’ll be sharing information with you as we find it. Our thought are with all the musicians and workers in the industry who are having a hard time right now.
And now, with Governor Lee’s order, other shows should be considered cancelled until further notice. See article.
We will look to reschedule shows or schedule new ones as the situation allows.
If you have questions, please direct them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d rather collect them personally, instead of using our Facebook page. Please allow a few days for a response.
We hope all of you stay safe, stay well, and Keep Keepin’ the Blues Alive!
Don Linde, President
Smoky Mountain Blues Society
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