When: Thursday, March 22nd Where: 4225 W. 5th St. Tulsa, 74127 Time: Doors open 6:30pm and the show starts 7:00pm. Suggested Donation: $15 advance through Paypal and $18 DOS. Use "Donate Now" Button below to go to Paypal. RSVP required, as seating is limited. Your donation through paypal serves as your RSVP or if you plan to donate at the door, then RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org BYOB
Recently I have been given the opportunity by the good folks who own and operate The Artery at 119 So. Detroit Ave. Tulsa, to utilize a wonderful space for music concerts located 5 minutes from downtown in West Tulsa. The building was formerly an old stone church. It is located one block off Charles Page Blvd and is east of Mark Twain Elementary School. The pews have been removed and it is a large, yet still intimate space.
It has a wonderful ambiance, wood floors, high ceilings and most important a warm wonderful sound. I had the privilege of hearing talented singer/songwriter Briana Wright perform there the other night, unplugged, and you could hear every word resonate through out the building in a rich tone.
I feel privileged to be able to present this next House Concert that has been so graciously offered. I hope you will join me for this maiden journey into new frontiers and continue to support great live music in a smoke-free, listening room with diverse folks who share a love for great songs.
Sarah Clanton - SILVER LINING - Official Music Video
Sarah Clanton’s folk-rock-meets-speakeasy sound is a celebration of the unexpected. The classically trained singer-cellist-songwriter strums, bows, picks, and taps her instrument through heartbreak and vengeance on songs that grab you by the collar and refuse to let go. Her vocals can go from moonlit night to house on fire on a dime, with a tone that blends smoke with sunlight and lands somewhere between Nina Simone and Gillian Welch.
"Sarah is full of surprises. Her demeanor is demure, her music is dark-edged with a satirical bite. She has imagination, bravado and the technical chops to turn you into a believer." Peter Himmelman
Goddess Androgyny (Annie Ellicott, piano by Amy Cottingham)
Annie Ellicott Artist Bio: Annie Ellicott is an interdisciplinary artist working to expand her role as a singer/songwriter through video production, stagecraft, and performance art. Annie has toured the United States as well as Europe, performing both traditional jazz and original compositions. She has also been a prominent stage actress in Oklahoma for over eighteen years.
"My album of original music entitled Lonesome Goldmine with producer Mark Kuykendall at Unknown Tone Studio. The sound is ambient and cinematic. It's designed to mine the depths of the listeners inner world where innumerable surprises are waiting and hoping to be discovered. There is a lonesome goldmine inside which holds unfathomable wisdom, power and love."
House Concerts Unlimited&The Tulsa Arterypresents John Fulbright and Gurf Morlix in concert, Monday, April 9th. Location: The Stone Church 4225 W. 5th St. Tulsa, 74127 Time: Doors open 6:30pm show at 7pm. Suggested Donation: $20 in advance through Paypal. Click button below for advanced donation. $25 at the door and DOS. RSVP required. Seating limited. Your donation through Paypal will serve as your RSVP or if you plan to pay at the door, RSVP to email@example.com BYOB
Upcoming House Concerts: Gurf Morlix with John Fulbright April 9th Claude Bourbon April 12th Heather Maloney with Casii Stephan and the Midnight Sun, April 29th Kathy Auld Lang Syne with guest TBA May 3rd David Olney June 2nd Grant Peeples, July 20 Sarah Jane Scouten, September 13th Details will come.