Klamath Falls, Oregon – The Ross Ragland Theater is set to host an evening filled with soulful tunes as it welcomes the local blues sensation, Code Blue, for a performance. The concert is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 3, and promises to be an event that music lovers of all ages can enjoy.
Code Blue, a band known for its deep roots in blues music, was formed in 2011. Their formation was facilitated by the Klamath Blues Society, signaling the beginning of a journey centered around the rich and expressive genre of blues. Over the years, the band has expanded its musical horizons to encompass a wider range of genres, including southern rock, R&B, bluegrass, and more. This eclectic mix reflects the diverse interests of its members – Karl Knudsen, Marty Ledgerwood, Bill Maddalena, Andrew Smith, Staton Smith, Edwin Tuhy, Corey Hansen, and Robert Harlow – making their performances uniquely captivating.
Tickets for the show are reasonably priced, ensuring that everyone has the chance to experience the magic of live music. Adults can secure their spot for $20, while special rates are available for seniors and military members at $18, and students at $15. In a family-friendly gesture, kids aged 2 and under can attend for free if held on the lap during the show.
For those interested in attending, tickets can be purchased at the Ragland Box Office, which is open Monday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m. Additionally, tickets can be obtained by calling (541) 884-LIVE or by visiting the theater’s website at www.ragland.org.