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Charlotte Blues Society's 20th Anniversary
Concerts
Date: April 7, 2013
Time: 7:00 pm

Location: Show map
The Double Door Inn
1218 Charlottetowne Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28204

Email: Info@charlottebluessociety.org

 

The Charlotte Blues Society celebrates 20 years of “ Keepin’ the Blues Alive"at the Historic Double Door Inn, where CBS was founded. Opening the celebration will be the “Donna Duncan Band”. Doors open at 7pm, show begins at 8pm and there will be a special “Super Jam” hosted by Sonny Skyyz to follow.

Tickets: $5 for members, $8 non-members

 

www.charlottebluessociety.org

 

The Charlotte Blues Society, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors and is an affiliated member of The Blues Foundation. The Charlotte Blues Society (CBS) is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the American Blues tradition through the presentation of concerts, forums, workshops, and educational programs in Charlotte and surrounding areas. Founded in the spring of 1993, CBS has steadily grown in membership and popularity in support of this musician art form.

 




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