The Alabama Blues Project is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization which started in 1995 with
a mission to educate the public about the importance of our wonderful Alabama blues heritage.
Through programs that educate and entertain, the Alabama Blues Project has grown into an award-winning
organization celebrating past and present Alabama blues artists while helping to preserve the rich blues
culture of this state.
The Auburn Arts Association provides quality arts experiences for young persons,
professional opportunities for area artists and performers, technical assistance and
financial support encouraging community-based arts initiatives, scholarships for talented
community members, cooperative arts education projects, an exhibition program, and a
variety of arts services and social activities.
The Magic City Blues Society is a non-profit (501-C) organization founded on January 10, 1993.
The purposes of the society are to encourage the performances of the blues, to encourage the
preservation of the blues, to develop an appreciation of the blues within the community, and
such other charitable civic, literary or cultural activities within the community consistent
with the purposes stated above.
Pollstar is the only trade publication covering the worldwide concert industry, and has been
supplying in-depth information to every professional concert promoter, booking agent, artist
manager, facility executive and every other entity involved in the live entertainment business
for more than 25 years.
At Standard Deluxe, cool design and warm, handcrafted quality meet in a full range of silk-screened
products. The artisans in this high-capacity print shop share a labor of love and a commitment to excellence
that assure your satisfaction, from concept to bill of sale.
WVAS 90.7 FM is a member-supported public radio station licensed to, and located on the campus of, Alabama
State University (ASU) in historic Montgomery, Alabama. It is managed by a full-time professional staff
and operated by professional part-time support personnel. Broadcasting at 80,000 watts 24 hours a day,
WVAS is the only full-time jazz station in the southern half of Alabama and it reaches 17 counties in
the south central portion of the state.