An organization dedicated to the preservation, educucation and the enjoyment of America's muscial art form known as
Membership is $10 per person or $15 per couple each year.
WBS members receive discounts on music at Yesterday Discs and admission to many Blues concerts at The Cotillion and Roadhouse Blues and a monthly newsletter with a calendar of events included.
The WBS supports
Get ready for the next Blues crawl on April11th in Old Town!
Hope you enjoy the Blues because the Wichita Blues Society has it!
This page is under construction right now.
If you are from the Wichita area check out KRZZ 96.3 on Sunday mornings and listen to
the President Randy Crump on the Blues Brunch from 9 to noon.
Randy was given an extra hour because of the large amount of requests for more Blues!
The WBS is now implementing a "Blues in the Schools" program thanks to the help of Jim Keefer.
North High School was able to enjoy the history of Blues music
and we hope to extend the invitation to other schools this year too!
We can always use help with our newsletter and you can volunteer for any Blues event by calling
Another event is coming up in September that Blues lovers in Wichita may be interested in.
September 18-19 in Salina there will be a Blues festival at Blue Heaven Studios.
At least 10 artists will perform three three hour shows with ticket costs to be $22.50.
The show begins at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and continues 2:30 till 8:p.m. on Saturday.
The studio is located at 201 S. Eighth and tickets are available by calling 785-825-8609.
Look for more info along with a list of artists in the September newsletter.
As most of you who frequent this page know by now, at least you do if
you get the WBS newsletter, the editor has resigned from doing the WBS newsletter.
Officially her last newsletter will be October 1998.
Anyone interested in the position can call the Blues line at 945-BLUE.
"It has been a fun two years and I have enjoyed the learning process
as well as meeting the artists I have written about," said Vicki Quade.
Unfortunately complications have made it so that she will not be able to help out after October.
She wishes the new editor good luck!
Enjoy the links at the bottom, there's more to come!
Board of Directors
Randy Crump-president Ann Keefer-secretary Jane Wilcox-Circulations Director
Elaine Stark-Membership Director Ande Griffin-Merchandise Director
Jim Keefer-Education Chair Glenn Stark Jackie Adams