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This project seems to be gaining steam, and will potentially be located in a renovated turn of the century building in a key location downtown St. Louis. I find this really exciting, as I am interested in the mystique of the age of the blues.
A proposed world-class cultural attraction located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri focused on education, entertainment and community involvement. With 25,000 square feet of programming space, a 150-seat theater as well as technology and artifact-driven exhibits, the National Blues Museum will be a national civic asset honoring those who gave us the gift of modern American music.