When: Friday, January 18th Where: The Stone Church 4225 W. 5th St. Tulsa, 74127 Time: Doors open 6:30 pm and show starts 7:00 pm. Suggested Donation: $22 at the door and DOS, $20 in advance through paypal. Click button below to make donation through paypal. RSVP required, as seating is limited. Your paypal donation will serve as your RSVP. If you are going to donate at the door, please RSVP to email@example.com Please bring a snack to share if you feel so inclined. It would be welcomed. Some beverages provided, but you may also BYOB
As we begin the new year, I would like to invite you to think about those who have less and bring a canned or dried good for the food pantry to be donated to Iron Gate, a downtown food ministry.
Note form your host: Just wanted to thank you for your support this past year, as we transitioned to our new home at the church. I also want to give a big thank you to TheTulsa Artery and Teresa, David and Casey for opening their home to us. Thanks to all of you, our Holiday party and Tree Trimming benefit was a success and helped tremendously towards our goals. We are still accepting donations as we look forward to the new year.
Eliza Gilkyson is a twice Grammy-nominated (2006/2015) singer songwriter and activist who is one of the most respected musicians in Folk, Roots and Americana circles. Her songs have been covered by Joan Baez, Bob Geldof, Tom Rush and Rosanne Cash and have appeared in films, PBS specials and on prime-time TV. A member of the Austin Music Hall of Fame, and a recent inductee into the Austin Songwriter Hall of Fame, she has won countless Folk Alliance and Austin Music awards, including 2014’s Songwriter of the Year.Eliza’s music has always offered a vivid reflection of the times we live in, full of joys and sorrows, each song a window into a life of struggle and triumph in a world she feels is “poised on the edge of moral, economic and environmental bankruptcy.”
Eliza’s 2018 release is SECULARIA, a collection of spiritually charged songs that do not fit within the parameters of traditional religious beliefs but challenge us to respect all life and be accountable for our actions in such perilous times. The new collection features a stunning performance with the acclaimed Tosca String Quartet, cameos with Shawn Colvin, gospel singer Sam Butler, and a duet with her friend the late Jimmy LaFave, as well as several songs adapted from poetry by her grandmother Phoebe Hunter Gilkyson, who co-wrote with Eliza’s father, folksinger Terry Gilkyson.
On stage, Eliza presents a vibrant spontaneous mix of storytelling with self-effacing humor and tenderness, within a wide-ranging spectrum of human experience, from intimate love songs to political diatribe, accompanied by some of the best support players in the world.
Even her darkest moments are warmed by a genuine compassion for the lost souls who sometimes populate her stories, and a very real concern for the world we all live in is woven through every tune… Whether she looks into darkness or light, Eliza Gilkyson’s vision is impressive.” ~ All Music Guide