After the epic fell down of an oak tree that smashes the Blues Club down, the historic Club has finally returned. Now, Bradfordville Blues Club is back and kicking it. This only shows that not even an epic accident can get them to end. Not even a 250-year-old tree.
The great thing that the club has finally re-opens; everyone was patiently waiting for a great weekend night to hear the sweet sound of the astounding blues coming from the club. People like Brett Wellman even agree to it saying that people can come, hang out, and hear the best music rendered by the Bradfordville Blues Club.
Although the sudden pause happened after an old oak tree smashed the club, it was not a great reason for the outstanding group to end what they have started. Many people were in fact, wondering if the club will ever be active again after the peril. And now, that wondering has ended.
It is just a very short time that the club kept silent. Recently, Kim Anton, the Bradfordville Blues Club owner, opened the doors of the historic club once again to bring people back to blues. We can say that the club only needed more than a month to reconstruct itself. Imagine how hard Kim Anton worked for it. She knows that people would be sad if the club stays closed for so long. Also, it is because of the community who helped that makes the reopening possible in just a short time says, Kim.
Furthermore, through the use of the profit crowdfunding platform named Go Fund Me, the club raised $29,000, avery helpful amount plus another $20,000 after launching a concert for a cause event. It is so amazing to see how everyone worked hard for the most awaited reopening of Bradfordville Blues Club.