Pikes Peak Blues Community’s Revival Jam stopped by KRCC for the Blue Plate Special with Jeff Bieri today to promote their event at Stargazers:
FUNdraiser and Membership Drive

You’re invited to help keep the local blues community alive by becoming a member of the Pikes Peak Blues Community
(PPBC). All the money raised at this shindig will go towards the PPBC’s mission to enhance the vitality of Blues and American Roots Music by supporting live performance and education. The PPBC is an all-volunteer 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Bring your instrument for the jam! All styles are welcome.

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