The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame Presents “Tin Pan Alley Magic” Sunday April 19th

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Pam Crosby and an All-Star cast take you on a musical journey this Sunday at 5 pm!

Produced by Pam Van Dyke Crosby, the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame presents Tin Pan Alley Magic. Featuring Darell Christopher, Cindy Cain, Larry Cochran, Joe Wilkinson, Sandy Sterling, Angie Cockrell, Cynthia Simmons, Barry Hensley, and Pam Van Dyke Crosby. The performance will also include Scott McQuade on keys, Bill Crosby on bass, Wade Robertson on drums, Tim Shadley on trombone, and Tom Sterling on sax.

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To enjoy the jazz, call at (918) 928-JAZZ or visit www.JazzHallTickets.com. Members and Seniors enjoy discounted ticket prices at $10.00 each.  General Admission tickets are only $15.00, or $20.00 for Reserved Table Seating. High school and middle school students admitted for only $5.00.

The event is a part of the Jazz Hall’s 2015 Spring Concert Series.

The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame is a 501(c)(3) non-profit cultural and educational organization, with a mission to inspire creativity and improve the quality of life for all Oklahomans through the preservation, education, and performance of jazz, our uniquely American art form.

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Bull and Bear Tavern Present Jeff Shadley with the Dean DeMerritt Jazz Tribe

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The Air Force Academy Band’s Falconaires Performing at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall Of Fame

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**Due To High Ticket Demand Tonight’s 7:30 pm Show Has Been Moved To The Bersen Community Life Center 700 S. Boston Ave Tulsa,OK

The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame welcomes the Air Force Academy Band, the Falconaires, to the Jazz Depot stage.

The professional Airmen-musicians in the Falconaires Big Band follow in a long blue line of talented Air Force Academy bandsmen. Dedicated to serving our great nation, the Falconaires are honored to represent the young men and women at the academy training to be officers of character who will lead the Air Force. The Falconaires also support veterans and all men and women currently serving around the globe, protecting the freedoms America enjoys. The versatility and professionalism of this unique ensemble reflects the great diversity and ingenuity that makes the Air Force the greatest air, space and cyberspace force the world has ever known. The Air Force Academy Band’s Falconaires play a major role in cultivating our national heritage through America’s only indigenous musical genre, jazz.

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To enjoy this free concert event, visit www.JazzHallTickets.com.

The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame is a 501(c)(3) non-profit cultural and educational organization, with a mission to inspire creativity and improve the quality of life for all Oklahomans through the preservation, education, and performance of jazz, our uniquely American art form.

Air Force Academy Band: Falconaires

Websitehttp://www.usafacademyband.af.mil/

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/USAFA_Band

Date /Time: Friday April 17, 2015  7:30 p.m.

Free: General Admission Tickets

Doors open at 6:30 for ticket holders

Doors open at 7:00 for non-ticket holders

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TulsaJazz.Com Presents Angie Cockrell and Mike Leland at Bluestone Steakhouse

 

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Angie Cockrell is one of the most versatile singers in the Tulsa area. Country, Folk, Blues, Christian, Jazz, you name it, not only can she sing it all, but she sings it well!

This is evident by her “Absolute Best of Tulsa” award from Urban Tulsa Weekly, in the Christian music category in 2013. Wednesday and Thursday night, this award winning singer brings her smooth, silky, voice to Bluestone Steakhouse for two incredible nights of jazz. Accompanied by the renown and incredibly talented keyboardist Mike Leland this duo will treat your ears to some jazz deliciousness as they serve up many up your favorites and some tantalizing new tunes.

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Come have dinner and enjoy an evening of wonderful music, Angie and Mike’s performance starts at 6 pm, reservations are recommended but not required.

This show is a Tulsa Jazz.Com Production.

Date/Time: Wednesday and Thursday April 15th-16th, 2015 6 pm-9 pm

Angie’s Website: http://www.angiecockrell.com/

Bluestone Steakhouse Website: http://www.bluestonesteakhouse.com/

Location: 10032 S Sheridan Rd, Tulsa, OK 74133

Phone: 918-296-9889

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TulsaJazz.Com Presents Chris Hyde Performing at Main St. Tavern

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Chris Hyde’s Inaugural Performance at Main St Tavern for “Live Music Wednesday”!

Chris Hyde is a solo musician, sideman, & private instructor with over
20 years experience. In 2012 he released his debut EP “This Is Forever”
as an independent artist.

Chris has also worked with some of the top performers in the music industry, some of his accomplishment include:

-Lead guitarist for Grady Nichols – Smooth jazz saxophonist in Tulsa, OK

-Recorded on the live album In The Fullness Of Time alongside
Bill Champlin of Chicago and Sons Of Champlin fame.

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-Performed on Norwegian Cruise Lines “Smooth Jazz Cruise”
alongside Patty Austin, Warren Hill, Kim Waters, Craig Chaquico,
& Marion Meadows.

-Opened for such artists such as The Beach Boys, Ray Charles,
Jonathan Butler, Kaiko Matsui, & the Righteous Brothers.

This is a must see show, bring your friend, family, neighbors, and enemies (Again the enemies have to sit in the back) and enjoy a night of wonderful music with Chris Hyde at Main st Tavern, you’ll be glad you did.

 

This is a TulsaJazz.com Production.

 

Day/Time: Wednesday April 15th, 2015 6 pm-9 pm

Location: 200 S. Main St Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Phone: 912-872-1414

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/MainStreetTavernBA

 

To learn more about Chris, click the links below:

chrishydemusic.com

facebook.com/chyde76

twitter.com/chrishyde1976

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Jazz Appreciation Month: Ways to Celebrate!

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Here are a few ways jazz fans can celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month!

Attend a concert by your local high school or college jazz band.

Listen to a jazz CD that is new to you. Try to stretch your ears. If you need some guidance, try The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD, 4th edition, by Richard Cook and Brian Morton, Tom Piazza’s Guide to Classic Recorded Jazz.

Read a good book on jazz.

Find a new jazz website.

Listen to a radio station that plays genuine jazz.

Go to “This Date in Jazz History” (at www.SmithsonianJazz.org), pick an anniversary, and go out find some music by that musician to explore.

Pay a pilgrimage to your favorite jazz city, or to a jazz museum, or to a musician’s birthplace or gravesite.

View Satchmo, Jazz on a Summer’s Day, Straight No Chaser, or another jazz documentary or performance video.

Check out the jazz offerings or find your local NPR station, on the web site www.npr.jazz.org.

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Log onto a distant jazz radio station on the web. For example, KLON (www.klon.org), WBGO (www.wbgo.org), or WWOZ (www.wwoz.org) which features New Orleans music.

If you travel in the United States, use The Da Capo Jazz and Blues Lover’s Guide to the U.S., by Christiane Bird, as your guide to jazz clubs and historical locations in 25 cities.

Join your local jazz society. If none exists, organize one.

Subscribe to a jazz magazines, such as Down Beat, Jazz Times, Jazziz. Others include: Cadence, Marge Hofacre’s Jazz News, The Mississippi Rag, and from

Canada, Coda, Planet Jazz, and The Jazz Report.

Host jazz listening sessions in your home.

Hold a jazz-themed party in honor of a favorite musician, or to celebrate jazz in general.

Read a jazz-related poem–such as those in The Jazz Poetry Anthology, edited by Sascha Feinstein and Yusef Komunyakaa or their The Second Set: The Jazz Poetry Anthology, Volume 2.

Consider a jazz-related artwork (such as those reproduced in Seeing Jazz: Artists and Writers on Jazz, compiled by the Smithsonian Institution’s Marquette Folley-Cooper, Deborah Macanic, and Janice O’Neil.).

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TulsaJazz.Com Presents Angie Cockrell and Mike Leland at Bluestone Steakhouse

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This Week Only Additional Shows Friday and Saturday Night

Angie is one of those rare performers who can make hearts ache and souls shake with her own renditions of At Last, Somewhere Over the Rainbow,  Autumn Leaves, Crazy, The Tennessee Waltz,  Stormy Monday, Amazing Grace,  and Eye on the Sparrow, just to name a few. “Because I’ve lived through some tough times, I can infuse those classic songs with a sense of knowing.”

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A staple in the Tulsa music scene for several years, Angie has showcased her vocal talents at Juneteenth, The Saturday Night Spotlight, The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, Performing Arts Center, The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fames’ 2009 – 2014 concert series and has showcased her own shows at Jazz Hall of Fame in 2011 -2013 with music producer, Chuck Gardner, his trio, and saxophonist Tommy Poole.  She has opened up for political events at the state and local level with a powerful National Anthem and God Bless America and continues to sing at private functions, dinner events, weddings, and local venues. Angie also volunteers in several outreaches and worship bands in church.

Angie performs every Wednesday and Thursday  with Mike Leland at Bluestone Steakhouse from 6 pm-9 pm.

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These shows are a Tulsa Jazz.Com Production.

Date/Time:

Wednesday April 8th 2015  6 pm to 9 pm

Thursday April 9th, 2015  6 pm to 9 pm

Friday April 10th 2015  6 pm to 9 pm

Saturday April 11th 2015  6 pm to 9 pm

Location: 10032 S Sheridan Rd, Tulsa, OK 74133

Phone: 918-296-9889

Angie’s Website: http://www.angiecockrell.com/

Angie’s Facebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/angiecockrellmusic

Bluestone Steakhouse Website: http://www.bluestonesteakhouse.com/