Blues Museums and Festivals

Blues Museums

Book One photo credit: John Keen. Courtesy Brian O’Connor. All rights reserved. Book Two photo credit: Carrie Powell. All rights reserved. Book Three photo credit Diana Davies. Courtesy of the Smithsonian. All rights reserved.

Blues Museums

Sunny Southern Productions supports blues outreach and participation. We are honored to share blues museum information, events and locales in the hopes it will increase attendance, awareness and enjoyment of the blues. Spend time with friends and family and immerse yourself in culture. Some museums have movie nights, traveling exhibits, rooms for birthday parties or events, book signings and other social gatherings. In many ways, they are a community center. Build memories, share the rich blues heritage with your kiddos, and learn something new about the amazing musicians who impacted music as we know it today. It’s nearly impossible to visit a museum without taking away some nugget of knowledge, and perhaps even a keepsake from the gift shop.

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Blues history is captured and chronicled in the following museums. Perhaps you’ve visited or are planning a trip in the near future. Feel free to report back and be included as a guest blogger. You can contact us here.

Part of our American Musical Roots

Thank you for your interest in blues museums and art forms. Help spread the word about the rich importance of this American music and preserve its legacy.

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