Devon Allman Excited For The Open Of US National Blues Museum

(The Blues) Devon Allman has predicted a bright future for the US National Blues Museum after it opened in St Louis, Missouri, this past weekend. He's a member of the board who steered the project from concept to launch over a five-year period.

The museum offers access to historical exhibits alongside interactive experiences, including the chance for visitors to record their own blues music during their visit.

Allman tells St Louis Public Radio: "It's in a great location. We have space for special events - we're going to have concerts inside the venue, so there will be a lot of different incentives to get people in there.

"We hope that, as word spreads, it'll attract people. There's a certain clip we're going to need per year to get in there, and I think we'll hit that." Read more here.

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