The Bullock Texas State History Museum presents Texas Artist Series: Blind Lemon's Last Blues
Experience the rich diversity of Texas's cultural heritage with the Bullock Museum's Texas Artist Series, presenting performances of Blind Lemon's Last Blues. Blind Lemon's Last Blues tells the story of the day the legendary and influential Texas blues singer Blind Lemon Jefferson, one of the earliest recorded blues performers, died in the snow in Chicago. It is a story of the deep human need to find purpose in the foibles of life.
The evening performance will include opening remarks from author and playwright Alan Govenar in addition to a reception and book signing following the show. The Bullock Museum will also be offering a matinee performance with a reduced admission rate and families are encouraged to attend.