Ben Reel and Tommy Womack

Ben Reel and Tommy Womack

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Imagine an evening out, surrounded by friends and fellow music lovers, sharing good conversation, and a passion for music in a smoke-free environment.
 
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House Concerts Unlimited and Tulsa Arterpresents Heather Maloney and Casii Stephan

When:  Sunday, April 29th
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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Note from Host:
Just want to thank everyone for making our last two shows at the Stone Church a success.  This new undertaking is a work in progress and we are working out the bugs, but I, personally, love the homegrown factor.
I want to say a special thank you to all of you who brought food to share with everyone.  It made the whole experience richer.
Big thanks to Teresa and David, and Casey for opening their home to us, and Brandon for helping with sound and anyone else I am forgetting, that lent a hand. 

 LET ME STAY | Heather Maloney

Heather Maloney Press:  


"LYRICS THAT CUT TO THE CHASE”

– HUFFINGTON POST 


“…STUNNING, BREATHY, AND STARKLY MEMORABLE.” / “THE PRODUCTION ON (MAKING ME BREAK) DONE MASTERFULLY BY BAND OF HORSES AND AVETT BROTHERS COLLABORATOR BILL REYNOLDS — IS ROUNDED AND LUSHLY WARM.” / “SOUNDS LIKE LUCINDA WILLIAMS AND NANCY SINATRA TAKING TURNS ON LEAD, WITH THE CIVIL WARS AS THEIR BACKING BAND.”

– SPIN MAGAZINE


“HER MUSIC IS RIVETING, HER VOICE ADVENTUROUS, HER LYRICS THOUGHT-PROVOKING…”

– NO DEPRESSION

When Winter Comes - Live (Recorded at Woody Guthrie Center)

Casii Stephan Press:

Atwood Magazine

‘Premiere: The Euphoric Energy of Casii Stephan’s “Ghostships”‘ – August 2017

There’s an invigorating euphoria emanating off Casii Stephan’s “GhostShips.” Embittered but unrelenting, she busts out of the gate in an incredibly powerful display of determination, unwilling to let setbacks keep her from her dreams.


Awards, Nominations and Achievements

  • “GhostShips” awarded Honorable Mention by 22nd Annual USA Songwriting Competition

  • “GhostShips” nominated for Hollywood Music in Media Award, Pop Genre

  • “GhostShips” premiered on Atwood Magazine

  • 2017 SXSW Official Showcase – opened for Hanson

  • 2016 Independent Music Award Winner for “Best Love Song” with “I Like The Way”

  • Co-founder of Tulsa’s first female-led music festival, “MisFEST”

 

House Concerts Unlimited and Tulsa Arterpresents Auld Lang Syne and Barton and Long in Concert.  

When:  Thursday, May 3rd. 
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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Auld Lang Syne: Yearning

Auld Lang Syne

Bio//


Hailing from Rochester, NY, Auld Lang Syne has built a reputation for crafting lyrically incisive songs, firmly rooted in the earth, yet backed by arrangements which are utterly transcendent. Timothy and Kathy Dick sing their hymns to impermanence and heartfelt pleas for authenticity while soaring instrumentation and intricate vocal harmonies weave and dart like a confluence of sparrows

Tom Skinner Memorial Celebration "Scenery" George Barton Linda Long Barton 8-16-15


About The Barton Long Band:

George and Linda have been married and singing together for 38 years.

George Barton has been playing in and around Tulsa for over 30 years and is a 2-time Tulsa World Spotnick award winner as one half of the acoustic duo Barton and Sweeney, who toured nationally for a number of years. He earned a reputation as a blues man and placed with his band George and the Bartones at the National Blues Competition in Memphis, TN in the 90's.

Linda Barton spent years behind the scenes before joining him on stage, singing and playing percussion. Their many years singing together are telling in the seamlessness of their harmonies.

Mike Long has a long history as a Tulsa musician. In the seventies he played in the bands Stampede and Bear Left. He loves old-time fiddle and banjo music and plays Contra dances regularly with local fiddle legend Glen Godsey.

Jackson Barton is the son of George and Linda. He has been around the world of music and musicians all of his life and has his father's knack for picking up stringed instruments and playing effortlessly. He is young and on the move, playing bass with Barton and Long when he is available.

There is something magical about a family who makes music together, and this shines through with each performance.

Upcoming House Concerts:
Heather Maloney with Casii Stephan, April 29th
Kathy Auld Lang Syne with Barton Long Band May 3rd
David Olney June 2nd
Grant Peeples, July 20
Kim Richey July 25th.  (This show is a partnership with between Vox Pop Tulsa and House Concerts Unlimited)
Sarah Jane Scouten, September 13th
Ben Reel, September 27th
Details will come.

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