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Blues Lagniappe: How the Juke Joints Shaped the Blues

  • Old Governor's Mansion 502 North Blvd. Baton Rouge, LA 70802 USA (map)
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Preserve Louisiana, the Baton Rouge Blues Foundation, Forum 35 and Dialogue on Race Louisiana invite you to Blues Lagniappe!

Panelists Kevin McQuarn (Owner of the Robin Hood Bar Juke Joint), Kathe Hambrick (Director of Interpretation and Curator for the West Baton Rouge Museum’s Sugar Shack Juke Joint), award winning blues performer April “Sexy Red” Jackson, and facilitator Maxine Crump (Executive Director of Dialogue on Race Louisiana), will discuss “How Juke Joint Shaped the Blues.”

Following the lecture, join us in the Rose Garden for signature cocktails, appetizers and the Blues Piano tunes of legendary Henry Gray.

Special thanks to Lamar Corporation for their support of this project. 

Members - Free (registration required)

Non-Members - Free (registration required)

Note: This event sold out last year. Advanced registration is REQUIRED and limited to 100 people.

Click here to get your ticket.

Earlier Event: February 19
2019 Lineup Release Party