Preserving "The Blues" as a unique American art form
A 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation
The Sonoma County Blues Society exists to support live music, local musicians and the preservation of "The Blues" as a unique American art form. We are an all-inclusive organization that embraces all people and musicians of all skill levels. We have no paid board members or payroll of any kind. Our funding comes from membership dues and public donations.
Sonoma County Blues Society
The SCBS Wednesday Night Blues Jam is back from 'The Holidays. Wednesday 1-7-2015 from 7 to 11 at The Tradewinds in Cotati.
This week is Jam Master Mark Manion's Birthday week. Next week is President John Ranis' Birthday week.
Soulshine Blues Band on 1-14-2015; Jody Counter's Birthday party and show on 1-21-2015
The Sonoma County Blues Society is looking for local bands to perform at our Wednesday Night Jam at The Tradewinds (Cotati). You do not have to be a blues band or play the blues.
Instead of your regular week night rehearsal, you can play your new (or old) songs in front of an audience of your peers (and fans). You get to work out the bugs and get feedback all at once.
The SCBS has a complete backline so you don't even have to haul or set up your gear.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join The Sonoma County Blues Society at our new location; "The Tradewinds" in Cotati.
"Lady Spins the Blues"
with Mary Carroll - FM 91.1 and 90.9
9-11 PM Tuesday nights
Allstar West Insurance Services
John Ranis, Agent / Broker
622 Petaluma Blvd. N.
Petaluma, Ca. 94952
707-762-4700 Ext # 205
Two Rock Amplification
619 Martin Ave. Suite 6
Rohnert Park,,Ca. 94928
Sunday - Blues and BBQ
5:00 - 8:00 PM
Twin Oaks, Penngrove
Monday Blues Defenders Pro Jam
8:00 - 11:00 pm
Twin Oaks, Penngrove
Wednesday Night Jam
Sonoma County Blues Society Jam 7:00PM - 11PM
Tradewinds in Cotati
Thursday Night Blues Jam
7:00PM - 11:00 PM
Spancky's, Cotati, CA
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This page was created on June 24, 2014
and last updated on October 5, 2014