An Intimate evening with Luke Bulla and Jared Tyler in concert. Saturday, January 18th.
Where: The Stone Church 4225 W. 5th St. Tulsa, 74127 Time: Doors open at 7pm, show starts 7:30pm Suggested Donation: $20 at the door and (DOS) DAY OF SHOW and $18 in advance and 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 plan to pay at the door, please RSVP to email@example.com Food: We will provide some finger food and beverages for this event, but any food contribution from you would be much appreciated. Also, feel free to BYOB
Just a note from the host: Luke Bulla and Jared Tyler are friends and have played together, so there's a strong possibility that they may join one another at some point during each other's perspective sets.
Hey, new Folk Salad Tee shirts and mugs are available for sale at the show, but even if you are not attending the show, and want a tee or mug or both, you can contact me to purchase. Shirts are $20 and mugs are $8.00 and there will be a small fee if I have to ship it to you.
Luke Bulla "The Valley"
Biography Luke Bulla has been singing and playing music most of his life. Touring and singing with his family band from the tender age of four, Luke took up the fiddle at seven. Over the course of the next few years, he won the National Fiddle Contest six times in his respective age categories. His seventh win came in the Grand Champion division at age sixteen, making him the youngest to have earned the title at the time. Entering Nashville’s Grand Masters fiddle contest at age ten, Luke distinguished himself by being the youngest person to have made the Top Ten.
As a full-time Nashville resident since 1999, Luke has enjoyed playing fiddle with Ricky Skaggs and his band, Kentucky Thunder, as well as other wonderful musicians including Earl Scruggs, Lee Ann Womack, Brandi Carlile, Jim Lauderdale, Darrell Scott, Kevin Costner, Alison Krauss, Jerry Douglas, and Sam Bush. It was on a Cayamo Cruise that Luke and Lyle Lovett crossed paths leading to his invitation for Luke to join Lyle's touring band(s), including the world famous Large Band featuring many of America’s best-loved musicians. Luke’s feels very fortunate to have completed his seventh season with Lyle Lovett in 2016.
As a solo artist, Luke's debut on the Pure Music Nashville label, 'Who Loves You Better’, was released in 2016. The album features Luke's warm and engaging lead vocals and his artful fiddle playing on his co-writes and fresh arrangements of songs composed by Lyle Lovett, Buddy Miller, Guy Clark, David Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Cole Porter and J.R. Stewart. Recorded at Zac Brown's awesome Southern Ground Nashville, the LP was produced by Grammy winner and guitar ace Bryan Sutton. Featured vocalists include: Sharon & Cheryl White, Maura O’Connell, Lee Ann Womack and Sara Jarosz, complemented by a veritable A-List of Americana's finest musicians including: Jerry Douglas, Noam Pikelny, Sam Bush, John Cowan, Sam Grisman, Bryan Sutton and many more!
Jared Tyler - "Gwendolyn" - Cain's Ballroom - Tulsa, OK - 11/11/17
Written by Duane Verh June 13, 2017 - 12:00am EDT
Jared Tyler’s reflections and recollections, whether familial or romantic, are all served up in a warm-hearted, inviting manner by way of the Tulsa-based singer/songwriter’s soul-grounded, slightly urgent vocals. The infectiousness of the spirited title track should garner airplay. Other attention-worthy tracks include “Waltzing Around With My Shadow”, “Fort Gibson Lake” and “A Little Tonight”.
“Dirt On Your Hands” … a work of rare finesse that intrigues from the first to the last note. -Remo Ricaldone (Lonestar Time – Italy)
Jared Tyler has put together a beauty of an album and needs to be heard. Here is the title track from the album, titled Dirt On Your Hands. Consider this only a taste. The album is packed with outstanding songs.- Bob Segarini
“Tyler’s rich, soulful voice and confident delivery (and subject matter) put it in a category beyond the fare one normally finds on the country radio dial.”—Red Dirt Report
“I freakin love this album…I recommend everyone check this one out.”—Sister Dorothy Blog
“Pushing the envelop of roots/Americana, Tyler yummily mixes old timey, folk, country blues and the rest of the magilla into a roux that can be rolled out in a mix or individually to great effect.”—Midwest Record
“The new 12-song release begins with the country/folk/Americana sound of “Death Of Me” as you get a care-free style of music that makes you just pause and take notice.”—JP’s Music Blog