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The Tulsa Music Revue featuring: John Fullbright, Paul Benjaman & Jacob Tovar with Madi Carr opening
- Friday, October 25, 2019
- The Main Stage
- $20 Adv $25 Day of Show
- Tickets on Sale Now
- Main Hall Seated - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations
The Tulsa Music Revue featuring John Fullbright, Paul Benjaman, Jacob Tovar & friends. A live experience done Tulsa-style, with quality players and a sense of community. Madi Carr will open
Critically acclaimed and Grammy-nominated, John Fullbright is a musical triple threat - songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and singer of the highest order. His Oklahoma roots are apparent in his music, but his sound is his own. Catch a live show and be mesmerized by the artistry of this talented individual. Highly recommended for fans of Leon Russell, Jimmy Webb, and Guy Clark.
Groove-based tunes with more than a nod to the elusive Tulsa Sound and other forms of American music. Signature guitar licks from band leader Paul Benjaman and steel work from Hard Working Americans member, Jesse Aycock, apply a vintage hue that is both nostalgic and fresh.
Highly recommended for fans of JJ Cale, Wilco, and Warren Haynes
A man from a different time, a different era. With a gentleman’s handshake, a booming voice, a contagious smile, and a quick wit, this Tulsa, OK performer effortlessly connects with all walks of life through his sincere songs of roots, folk, Americana, and old school country. Highly recommended for fans of Ernest Tubb, Jamey Johnson, Chris Stapleton.
Madi Carr · 8:30pm
Madi Carr is a musician based in North Florida who just graduated from the distinguished Douglas Anderson School Of The Arts where she is part of the Vocal Department. Madi has performed an opera solo in Washington & at The Vatican A Jacksonville Beach resident, she is a second-generation Crystal River native, which is where her passion for music developed She specializes in folk-rock originals and covers and plays 6 instruments, (mostly) guitar, piano, bass, mandolin, harmonica and ukulele. Her style is a unique Baroque Folk Rock style. Madi's new album Realms shows all these talents. She has played fir 4 years at Florida Folk Festival, Will & Mclean & Gamble Rogers Festival and has been called the future of folk music in America