The National Blues Museum was designed to give visitors a tangible and memorable Blues music experience, and with this in mind, it became a top priority to include a theater and performance space for hosting live concerts and events at the facility. There is no better way to experience the Blues than by witnessing an intimate performance of this time-honored musical genre.


What the Museum Offers Performing Artists:
  • Backline
  • Sound Engineer
  • Promotion on museum website, social media platforms and all print/digital collateral
  • 1 guest pass per artist for museum performances
  • Ability to sell merchandise* at performances

*At museum events only


 

If you are a Blues artist interested in performing at the National Blues Museum, please email the following to director@nationalbluesmuseum.org
  • Your Name (or Group Name)
  • A Bio of yourself or your band
  • A hi-res photo (this will be used in advertisements)
  • A sample of your work (a You Tube clip or mp3 file)

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Artists that have performed at the National Blues Museum:

  • Big Mike Aguirre
  • Bottoms Up Blues Band
  • Big George Brock
  • Kingdom Brothers
  • Brian Curran
  • Boo Boo Davis
  • David Dee
  • Ron Edwards
  • Marsha Evans & The Coalition
  • Fab Foehners
  • Aaron Griffin
  • Larry Griffin & Eric McSpadden
  • Tom Hall
  • Tommy Halloran
  • Uvee Hayes
  • Gregg “Happy Guitar” Haynes
  • Vasti Jackson
  • Jeremiah Johnson
  • Eugene Johnson & Company
  • Roland  Johnson
  • Erika Johnson & Tom Bryne
  • Fernando Jones
  • Miss Jubilee
  • Marquise Knox
  • Ethan Leinwand
  • Matthew Lesch
  • Jim McClaren
  • Joe Metzka
  • On Call Band
  • PHI
  • Skeet Rodgers & The Inner-City Blues Band
  • Jeremy Segel-Moss
  • Mr. Sipp
  • Soul Reunion Band
  • Renee Smith
  • STL School of Rock
  • Sweetie and the Toothaches
  • Take Me to the River Memphis All-star Band
  • United By Music Band