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Thunder Bay Blues Society once again hosted a

TBBS “Highway 61 to Memphis” Blues Challenge



The results of the TBBS Blues Challenge held on June 9 have been tabulated

and audited by Grant Thornton.


Here are the final results:


1st place- The Roosters

2nd place- The Camden Blues Band

3rd place- Big Bad Bobby Blues


Congratulations to all three acts for a great day of music.  



The Roosters (Calum Robertson, Gary Hare, Mike Schan, Mike Carson) will be headed to Memphis, TN

to represent the Thunder Bay Blues Society in the International Blues Challenge January 22-26, 2019.  


Thanks to everyone who attended the TBBS Blues Challenge.

Looking forward to doing it all again next year.

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Camden Blues Band

Big Bad Bobby Blues

The Roosters

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In celebration of its 20th Anniversary


The Thunder Bay Blues Society is proud to present

Direct From Memphis...

BRANDON SANTINI


Friday November 9 and Saturday November 10


in the newly renovated Club Room at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 5

229 Van Norman St.  

Brandon is a fast rising star in the blues world, with three albums under his belt, and a fourth scheduled for release in February 2019.

 

A multiple Blues Music Award Nominee for Album of the Year, Contemporary Male Blues Artist and Instrumentalist Harmonica, Brandon has also been a featured artist on Joe Bonamassa’s “Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea” Cruise, and has been invited back on the cruise for February 2019.


For more information on Brandon, be sure to visit brandonsantini.com …where you can also view his entire recent performance at the Ottawa Blues Festival from this past July.


Ticket information will be forthcoming shortly, and we highly encourage you to get your tickets early to avoid disappointment as we expect both these TBBS 20th Anniversary shows to sell out.

Hope to see you there!

DOC MACLEAN & ALBERT FROST


CanAfrica Blues Tour


“Ride shotgun on an epic, blues road tour as Doc MacLean and Albert Frost unite in a four wheel, continental drift.

Mixing Delta with west Africa, Son House with Ali Farka Toura, electric with acoustic, new stories with old ... This Canadian-African collaboration will surprise and delight .... “


Canadian Legion Branch 5

229 Van Norman St.


Saturday October 6

Doors open: 7:30 pm - Show: 8:30 pm


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BRANDON SANTINI SHOWS- RESERVED TABLE OPTION- EXCLUSIVE ONLY TO TBBS MEMBERS!


Thunder Bay Blues Society is excited to announce a reserved table option, exclusively for our TBBS members,

for the upcoming Brandon Santini shows to be held Nov 9 and 10.


There will be a limited number of reserved tables available for both the Friday Nov 9 and Saturday Nov 10 shows.  These tables will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis for each individual show.  By reserving your table, your guaranteed reserved table will be waiting for you and your party upon your arrival to the show. When you pay for your table, you pick your table from the available tables not yet sold!


The reserved table option will be available for purchase ONE DAY ONLY …arrive early for best selection!


Thursday October 11

6:00pm-8:00pm

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 5

229 Van Norman Street

Club Room (upstairs)

TBBS table located at the front entrance to the Club Room


Prices (cash only):

Table of 8-$240

Table of 6-$180


Ticket prices for general admission non-reserved seating ("rush seating") will be $25 for TBBS members, so for a $5 premium per seat you guarantee your table location and you can arrive to the show at your convenience!


*-Person purchasing table must be a current 2018 TBBS member.  The purchaser is responsible for filling the table, no unused table seats will be refunded.

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Ticket available Monday October 1, 2018

at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 5 (Club Room) and J.B. Evans