Smoky Mountain Blues Society strives to preserve, promote and perpetuate Blues music and its heritage,
and, by so doing, to help foster unity among people of all ages, races, creeds, and economic levels.
Smoky Mountain Blues Society
Annual Holiday Party & Concert
Sunday, December 7
Open Chord Brewhouse 3:00pm until . . .
$5 Members / $7 Non-members
Featuring East TN representatives to IBC
Jenna & Her Cool Friends Rick Rushing & The Blues Strangers The Young Classics (w/Joey Pierce)
Proceeds split between our IBC bands
Potluck Dinner - bring your favorite holiday dish
Drinks available Please bring a non-perishable food item for local food pantry
What A Night! Sara Jordan Birthday Bash
Thanks to all who came out to celebrate the lifeand music of Knoxville's Queen of the Blues and support the Interfaith Health Clinic. We had fantastic entertainment by Knoxville area Blues artists, all of whom donated their time to this worthy cause. Thanks also to Scruffy City Hall for providing a great venue for this event. Finally, thanks to all the Blues lovers who came out to hear great music and remember one of Knoxville's best Blues artists.
*** NEXT BOARD MEETING ***
The next SMBS Board Meeting will take place Tuesday, December 9th, 7:00 pm at the home of Polly Doka,
4804 Tomache Drive, Knoxville TN.
SMBS members and the public are welcome to attend.
Send agenda items, other suggestions, questions, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please welcome these new members to Smoky Mountain Blues Society
Joe and Jewel Brown Heyward (Sonny) Hill
Shay Ann O'Patty Dutton Cheryl Zamora
Blues in the Schools
The Knoxville News-Sentinel wrote a great article about our Blues in the School Program Read the article here If you or anyone you know is interested in having Blues in the Schools Presentation, contact Robert Higginbotham at email@example.com 865.300.3648.