Tulsa Jazz.Com Presents Cynthia Simmons and Scott McQuade at Main St. Tavern

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If you mention local jazz artists, Cynthia Simmons and Scott McQuade’s names will likely come up somewhere during the conversation, but if you mention the Rose District, one might have to think just a bit. Main Street in Broken Arrow’s historic downtown is being revitalized and the progress is very exciting, here is an excerpt from the Rose District’s website describing this wonderful gem in our community:

rose district logo

“Early civic leaders saw the need to beautify the city’s original landscape of sparse prairie land and called on residents to adorn it with bushes, trees and flowers. Rose bushes were a popular choice and soon travelers nicknamed Broken Arrow the “City of Roses.”

Today, civic leaders are once again transforming the landscape by reviving the historic downtown area to breathe new life into the heart of Broken Arrow and return it to a gathering place for all residents.”

Main St. Tavern is part of this revitalization and provides a wonderful venue for families to enjoy good food, good atmosphere, and good music. Every Wednesday from 6:00-9:00 pm is Jazz and Wine Night and this week showcases Cynthia and Scott, if you’ve  been to one of their shows and heard her velvety smooth voice and his incredible keyboard skills, you know it’s going to be a special evening.

Scott McQuade
Scott McQuade

Reservations are not required, but while there, please let the staff know how much you appreciate Jazz and Wine Night and their continued support of local Jazz artists like Cynthia Simmons and Scott McQuade.

This show is a Tulsa Jazz.Com Production.

For more information about Cynthia Simmons, Scott McQuade, Main St. Tavern, or The Rose District in Broken Arrow, OK click the links below:

Date/Time: September 10, 2014 6 pm-9 pm

Cynthia Simmons:


Cyn Sings Jazz on Facebook

Scott McQuade;


Main Street Tavern:

Main Street Tavern on Facebook

The Rose District:


Rose District on Facebook

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