The Bidgee Blues Club is getting its groove on for another year with the International Blues Music Day.
With eight acts over one afternoon of "keeping the blues alive", Bidgee Blues Club president Wayne Jenkins said musicians from all around the state were attending.
"We have artists from Melbourne, Woolongong, there's Michelle Van Der Meer from Sydney who has been one of the greats for a long time, and even someone who now lives in Narrandera," he said. "She's well on her way to the top of the Blues scene."
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Mr Jenkins said the event was not just for the older generations.
"Ben Gillard and Rory Phillips are our two youngest performers, only around 13 or 14 years old," he said.
"They're very seasoned blues musicians, playing at festivals and getting their names out there."
The international celebration began in New York, with the Bidgee Blues Club being the first Australian group to adopt the celebration seven years ago.
"It's all about giving everyone an opportunity to enjoy the music," Mr Jenkins said
The event will be held on August 3 at the Thomas Blamey Tavern.