Blues societies = blues nazis???
Tue Nov 23 11:55:44 EST 2004
We keep our eye on our mission statement and take it seriously. We also
keep in mind that it doesn't say "pre-war" or "Chicago" or "Electric" before
blues. I think we are pretty good about not preaching our preferences.
"The Cascade Blues Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
dedicated to the preservation and promotion of blues and roots music in the
We also have a co-sponsoring program so when blues events that were not
spawned out of the CBA are occurring there is benefit to including us as a
>From: Walter Potter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>How do you keep a blues society from turning into Blues Nazis? OK, that's a
>loaded question. Are there any suggestions of ways to keep some blues
>society members from over stepping on the toes of other blues activities in
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