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House Concerts Unlimited The Tulsa Artery
Presents an Intimate Evening with John Fulbright and Gurf Morlix.
 

When:  Monday, April 9th
Where:  The Stone Church 4225 W. 5th St. Tulsa, 74127
Time:  Doors open 6:30pm and the show starts 7:00pm.
Suggested Donation:  $20 advance through Paypal and $25 DOS and at the door.  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 scottaypoet@gmail.com 
BYOB
Food:  We would appreciate any contribution of food for this show.  Just finger foods.  Thanks.  It takes a village, right?

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John Fullbright - All The Time In The World (eTown webisode #860)

Likening him to songwriters like Guy Clark and Jason Isbell, Monroe says Fullbright's music demands close and careful listening. "When I play John Fullbright records for people, I tell them to put their phones down and shut up, because you can't miss a word. There are no throwaway lines."  Country singer/songwriter, Ashley Monroe

 

 

Gurf Morlix "She's A River"

Morlix’s gruff tone and deliberate tempos are a piece with his songs of despondency, loneliness and exhaustion. But these emotional crucibles also produce resolve, such as that underpinning “Grab the Wheel,” and lifelines that remain visible in even the darkest of places. Redemption isn’t always at hand, however, and self-awareness isn’t necessarily a saving grace; some setbacks can only be moderated, and invitations, such as the bar in “Elephant’s Graveyard,” can turn out to be a trap. Morlix picks at the details of missed opportunities as if they’re a scab protecting healing flesh; but at the same time he’s searching for kernels of truth, such as found in a canine’s view of “A Dog’s Life,” or penetrating human insights, as essayed in the closing “Blue Smoke.” The search may be eatin’ at him, but it’s a fulfilling emotional and intellectual meal. [©2015 Hyperbolium]

House Concerts Unlimited presents a night of guitar with Claude BourbonJoesf Glaudeand Charlie Hill.  

When:  Thursday, April 12th
Where:  The Stone Church 
4225 W. 5th St. Tulsa, 74127
Time:  Doors open 6:30pm and Show starts 7pm
Suggested Donation:  $18 at the door and DOS, $15 in advance through paypal.  Click button below to make donation through paypal.
RSVP required, as seating is limited
Food:  We would appreciate any contribution of food for this show.  Just finger foods.  Thanks.  It takes a village, right?
BYOB

 

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Claude Bourbon "Crazy Dog"

Claude Bourbon is an enigma, he is a classically trained musician, who fuses every conceivable genre of acoustic guitar music into a master-class of a stage performance. There are Latin, Spanish, Gypsy, Jazz and Delta Blues influences throughout, and often within one seamless stream of perfection. 

Isabel/Between You And Me

Duke Ellington said that "music comes in two categories: Good and Bad." Joesf draws on a wide range of influences to create an instrumental art form of textures, moods, and melodies. It is an improvised music based on very structured ideas. 

Tulsa OK. based finger style guitarist Charlie Hill releases his latest effort entitled The Landing in 2012. On this debut release Hill carries on the exciting tradition of the accoutic guitar masters like Leo Kottke and the late Michael Hedges.  Cyrus Rhodes- The Muse's Muse

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.

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