Tulsa Jazz Society Presents TGIF: Jazz at the Spotlight Theatre

This is the final show in the The Tulsa Jazz Society's "Jazz at The Spotlight" Summer Series. It has been great fun and we would like to thank our sponsors The Spotlight Theatre and TulsaJazz.Com for committing to do this and special mention to the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame for their assistance as well. Speaking of the …

The Tulsa Jazz Society and TulsaJazz.Com Present TGIF: Jazz at the Spotlight Theatre

  TGIF:Third Friday Jazz, Wow I remember a couple years ago sitting in Baxter's Interurban Grill on a Friday evening eating dinner, having a beverage,  listening to David Moore play the trumpet and thinking to myself "I could stay here all night", it was so good. I witnessed many of our incredible local jazz artist …

TulsaJazz.Com Presents Cynthia Simmons and The Scott McQuade Trio Performing in Bodean’s Lounge

An evening with good wine, good food, and good jazz has always been a recipe for a high level of enjoyment. This Sunday November 2nd, at Bodean Seafood Restaurant, come enjoy all of that and more as Cynthia Simmons and The Scott McQuade Trio perform many of your favorites and maybe a few surprises. The smooth, …

“Too Darn Hot” Cole Porter Revue at The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame October 5th, 2014

"Too Darn Hot" Cole Porter Revue Features All-Female Vocalists             Although there are a lot of factors that go into making a show a hit, it's hard to go wrong with a concert full of Cole Porter music. In his four-plus decades as a songwriter and composer, the Indiana native contributed scores of classic tunes …

Left Side Right, Right Side Left Perform at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame Sunday August 10th.

A group called Left Side Right, Right Side Left plays its first official gig at the Jazz Depot this Sunday. And while the band itself is brand-new, the members are all stars of the local scene. They include vocalist Pam Van Dyke Crosby, pianist Scott McQuade, vibraphonist Jay Garrett, bassist Bill Crosby, and drummer Tony …

Pam Crosby

The Queen of Tulsa Jazz Pam Crosby, singing at Ciao', is a regular and still anxiously awaited sight for jazz lovers in this town. That soulful, sultry voice resonates deep down in "your" soul when listening to this marvelous vocalist, she sings for the love of it and it comes across with every note. Doing …