Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Red Dirt's singer/songwriters play tribute to Stillwater!

Red Bull Gypsy Cafe
Friday at 8:00pm - April 16 at 1:00am
College Bar, Stonewall Tavern, Eskimo Joes, Outlaws Stillwater, Oklahoma

Red Dirt's singer/songwriters play tribute to Stillwater!

The College Bar, 319 S. Washington
·          8:00 pm Monica Taylor, Rick Reiley
·          9:00 pm Bob Wiles, Brad James
·         10:00 pm Gene Collier, Travis Kidd
·         11:00 pm Steve Rice , Jake Moffat

Stonewall Tavern, 115 S. Knoblock
·          8:00 pm Randy Pease, Don Morris
·          9:00 pm Mike McClure, Randy Crouch
·         10:00 pm Susan Herndon, Scott Evans
·         11:00 pm Joe Baxter, Larry Spears

Eskimo Joe's, 501 W. Elm St.
·          8:00 pm Ben Han, Greg Jacobs
·          9:00 pm Kevin Welch, Dustin Welch
·         10:00 pm Stoney LaRue, John Cooper
·         11:00 pm Jimmy LaFave, Chris Bell

Outlaws, 501 S. Washington
·          7:30 pm Bo Phillips, Sam Naifeh
·          8:30 pm Bill Erickson, Joe Mack
·          9:30 pm Chuck Dunlap, Don Wood
·         10:30 pm Tom Skinner, Brad Piccolo
·         11:30 pm Cody Canada , John Parker Milsap

TICKETS at ProTix.com, 866-977-6849 or its partner outlets. Service charges may apply.
--$20 pass good for entry to all venues ($15 with valid student I.D.) Limited to the first 200. All Pass tickets will be will-call and instruct you to pick up at the Box Office. There will be a box office at each venue, so just show your ticket at the first spot you see music and they'll give you a wristband good for all venues!
--OR $8 per venue in advance or at the door

All proceeds from this event will go to create the Red Dirt Relief Fund, a non-profit organization founded and administrated by Red Dirt musicians in Stillwater to offer assistance to musicians in times of need.

Red Bull Gypsy Café is not just a Red Dirt music festival. It is a gathering of some of the genre’s greatest talent, both then a now, at the birthplace of Red Dirt music—Stillwater, OK. The event name, Gypsy Café, pays homage to the site at "The Farm" where jam sessions sprung up over the years.

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