Blues Music Education
for Children and Adults
Help your child learn about the history of blues, and how to play blues music with the Blues In The Schools program. You'll also be able to find out the answers to the most common questions about blues music.
There are many benefits to learning about blues music:
Blues is a root music which is not too difficult to learn. It's a great way for a novice musician to get started playing.
Learning about blues music will help increase your knowledge and enjoyment of blues and the other music genres it has influenced.
Learning about blues music history will help with understanding and appreciating African American culture and experience.
Below are some important articles to help you in your blues journey:
In this article, you’ll learn how to do a live stream on Facebook.With the closing of bars and restaurants, live music has been hit hard by the coronavirus. We have suggested that musicians shift to online offerings for their audience.Have you thought about
If you’ve ever wondered who influenced the greatest classic rock artists, keep reading. In this article, you’ll learn how classic rock was heavily influenced by blues music. We’ll examine the music of Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Allman Brothers, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny
After reading this article, you should be able to tell the difference between blues and jazz music. Both music genres have been around a very long time – there have been many changes in the styles, with each of them being influenced by
The BITS program now also includes education through performance by young musicians, and this part of the Blues in the Schools program has become an integral part of how the Society is working to keep the Blues alive. When students at BITS school
The Cincy Blues Society created a “Blues in the Schools” program not long after the Society was founded in 1990, because members realized that keeping the Blues alive for another generation is an integral part of the group’s mission. The Society’s educational program,