Made in Missouri: Early Jazz and Blues Concert - Owensville

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Owensville Branch
Meeting Room

Event Details

When ragtime music was sweeping America in the early 20th century, Missouri was at the forefront. Classic Ragtime, largely developed by Scott Joplin, came out of Sedalia. Famous ragtime composer James Scott spent his career in Carthage and Kansas city. Tom Turpin’s Rosebud Bar helped make St. Louis a music capital, while Columbia’s Blind Boone toured folk ragtime and classical music across North America. “Made in Missouri” is an upbeat program of music and history that looks at some of the state’s best composers of ragtime and early blues, while exploring some of the conditions that brought this music to life.

Age Group(s): All Ages
Presenter: Cherry and Jerry
Randy Barnes
(573) 437-2188

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