Curtis Blues
plays Mississippi Delta Blues from the 1920's to the 1940's.

Acoustic Blues Show for Seniors

I have a special show for senior communities, including independent living, assisted living and nursing homes.

Acoustic blues is a gentle stimulating music style that is appropriate for all levels of senior capacities. I have an easy, respectful rapport with elderly residents.

I bring my instruments right into the audience to maximize both the personal contact and warmth, and the mental stimulation of being close to fascinating instruments.

 

 


What senior communities say:

"Our residents love the Curtis Blues Show and talk about it long after his performances"

"We would have the Curtis Blues Show every month if we could. Our staff enjoys the show as much as our seniors."

"Curtis Blues entertained our residents and their visiting families and did a fabulous job."

"After your show we kept getting requests to have you back very soon. Our seniors and staff love your show!"

My love for 1920's and 1930's blues music and respect for how this music shapes modern music is a subtle message to seniors: Your generation's history is important and relevant today. I appreciate seniors' contributions to our life.

My appreciation and respect for seniors is a motivation for me to bring my show to as many facilities as I can. It is a way I can give something back.

My show includes unusual instruments from the 1920's and 1930's including a guitar made of a cigar box (seen right). Each instrument provides a different sound and residents love to see and hear them up close when I bring them into the audience!

 



I know that senior facilities have limited budgets for entertainment. I have priced my seniors' show below my usual corporate show rates to help you afford professional entertainment for your residents.

Please contact me to discuss your senior show needs.

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Download printable brochure:
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You can see a video preview of my show, from my appearance on the TV show "Coffee House", here: