“Live Music Night” at Sisserou’s Restaurant Featuring the Olivia Duhon Trio! Thursday Mar 8th, 2018

Treat Yourself To A Wonderful Evening Of Jazz at Sisserou’s Restaurant !

Each 2nd Thursday of the month Sisserou’s Restaurant offers some of the best live entertainment Tulsa has to offer, the month of March is very special, it features the return of lovely and wonderfully talented Olivia Duhon.

Jazz aficionados across the region have enjoyed many memorable performances by Olivia in clubs, restaurants, special events, and fundraisers. Her smooth style and sultry voice has made her a fan favorite and highly sought-after performer. Joining her will be two magnificent musicians Guitarist Josh Westbrook and Upright Bass player Ed Garcia.

Thursday Mar 8th is your chance to be enthralled by this wonderful vocalist and these incredible musicians, this will not just be a concert it will be an experience 🙂

In addition to the great music treat yourself to Sisserou’s delicious menu offerings, extensive beverage selection, and relaxing atmosphere of one of Tulsa’s most popular restaurants!

You are in for an incredible evening! 🙂

Use the link below, or call 918-576-6800 to make your reservation: (Reservations are strongly suggested)


These shows are a Tulsajazz.com and Taylor Entertainment Group Production.


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Thursday March 8th 2018  6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Location: Archer and Main St, Tulsa, OK 74103

Phone: (918) 576-6800

Sisserou’s Restaurant Website: www.sisserousrestauranttulsa.com

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Rebecca Ungerman and Josh Westbrook Performing at Mainline Art and Cocktails

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This Thursday October 15th 9pm-midnight, see these two smiling faces in person at The Mainline Art and Cocktails! Rebecca Ungerman and Josh Westbrook will be performing many of your jazz favorites and maybe a few surprises, as you enjoy Mainline’s fantastic artwork and delicious beverages.

This event is presented by TulsaJazz. Com and The Tulsa Jazz Music Group.

Additional Show Information :

Day/Date: Thursday October 15th 9 pm-Midnight

Location: 111 North Main Street Tulsa, OK 74103

Phone: 918-629-0342

Website: http://www.rebeccaungerman.com/

Website: http://mainlineartok.com/

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The 14th Annual Taste of Collinsville & Jazz Too!


Collinsville Downtown, Inc. is once again preparing for another fantastic evening of good food and fabulous jazz for The 14th Annual Taste of Collinsville. Last year’s event was such a huge success, we have decided to continue with the jazz theme again this year!

We are again partnering with TulsaJazz.com to bring the regions best jazz musicians to Main Street. We’ll have the area’s top restaurants on hand for sampling of their most popular dishes while relaxing and meeting most of our Main Street Merchants. Come prepared to make that purchase… you never know what you’re gonna find!

Additional Event Information:

Day/Date: Thursday September 17th 5 30 pm to 8 00 pm

Location: 1126 W Main St, Collinsville, Oklahoma 74021

Phone: (918) 371-5530

CDI Website: http://www.collinsvilledowntowninc.com/taste2015.htm

CDI Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Collinsville-Downtown-Inc-260726960613717/timeline/

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Rebecca Ungerman and Josh Westbrook Performing at Lucky’s on the Green for “Tuesday Night Live”

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 “Tuesday Night Live” at the Guthrie Green Presents Rebecca Ungerman!

Bring your friends, family, and neighbors join us for “Tuesday Night Live” every Tuesday from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm in September and October, enjoy multiple food vendors, live music, and have lots of fun!

Rebecca Ungerman and Josh Westbrook will be performing this Tuesday September 8th from 7 30 to 9 30 pm at Lucky’s on the Green, it’s the 2nd of a series of live music performances that will continue every Tuesday until October 27th.tuesday night live guthrie green

This event is the parks newest and is hosted by the Guthrie Green along with Lucky’s on the Green and TulsaJazz.com .

Tuesday Dinner Options at Guthrie Green:
Lucky’s on the Green
Creole Food Truck
Andolini’s Pizza
Wild Al’s
Josh’s Sno Shack
Mod’s Crepes

Additional Information:

Date/Time: Tuesday  September 8th, 2015  7 30 pm-9 30 pm

Location: 111 E Mathew B. Brady St, Tulsa, OK 74103

Phone: (918) 574-2421

Rebecca Ungerman: http://www.rebeccaungerman.com/

Lucky’s on the Green: https://www.guthriegreen.com/luckys-green

Guthrie Green: https://www.guthriegreen.com/events

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Sarah Maud Performs at The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame

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As one of the most prominent of the young musicians currently impacting Tulsa’s jazz scene, vocalist Sarah Maud can be seen and heard around town in varied musical settings. One of the most engaging is Maud Squad, an inventive avant-garde trio that features Maud exploring the use of her voice as an instrument, in tandem with Jordan Hehl’s bass and Nicholas Foster’s drums.
That idea – along with Hehl and Foster – carries over into her Sunday Jazz Depot show, Sarah on Sarah: Celebrating Sarah Vaughan. As the title indicates, the concert will consist of numbers associated with the late jazz star, and Maud, who admits to liking “more obscure songs,” has selected at least one tune that will allow her to illustrate how a voice can also be an instrument.
The song is “Shulie a Bop,” the first track on Vaughan’s 1957 LP Swingin’ Easy. Co-written by Vaughan and her then-manager and husband, the trumpeter George Treadwell, “Shuile a Bop” is, Maud notes, “a really big scat number, which is something I’m not sure people expect me to do.”sarah vaughan swingin lp
That kind of frustrates me,” she adds, “because vocalists have the ability to be instrumentalists. But that’s one of those things people just don’t think about.”
Chances are, the Jazz Hall audience will be thinking a lot about it after they hear her perform the challenging tune, accompanied not only by Hehl and Foster, but also guitarist Josh Westbrook and saxophonist Mike Cameron.
“I’m really excited about that one,” she says. “It’s going to be fun.”
In fact, she’s excited about the whole concert, which gives her a chance to acknowledge one of her biggest musical heroes.
“When I started doing jazz, Sarah Vaughan was a huge influence on me,” she explains. “It’s just the thickness of her voice, that smooth, warm sound she had. Also, I realized through time that I basically stole her vibrato.” She laughs. “I stole her vibrato, but I took Ella’s timing on when to use it. I didn’t realize I was doing it. I guess when you listen to someone so much, it just happens.”sarah maud 2

Maud started listening to jazz as a kid, but she didn’t really begin sorting out the approaches and styles of the different vocalists until she was in high school – only a few years ago.
“That was really when I started paying attention,” she says, “because I realized that this was exactly what I wanted to do.”
As she began singing for audiences and putting together her own shows, she usually included a few songs associated with Vaughan, including Vaughan’s take on Ray Noble’s famous big-band tune “Cherokee” (from the 1955 disc Sarah Vaughan in the Land of Hi-Fi) and the Vaughan version of the classic “All of Me” (because, notes Maud, “that scat solo is just awesome”). Then came the opportunity to do a full-length Vaughan concert, thanks to Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame CEO Jason McIntosh.
“I was talking to Jason, and he was asking me what I would like to do for a show,” she remembers. “He first suggested Blossom Dearie. I thought, no, I didn’t really want to do that, because I’d done a Blossom Dearie show with Annie Ellicott [at the Jazz Depot in November 2012]. So I thought about who the huge influences have been in my life. I didn’t want to do Ella, because that’s done so much, so I asked him, `How long has it been since someone’s done a Sarah Vaughan show?’
“He said, `It probably hasn’t been done for a long time.’

“I thought that would be perfect. I’d love to do her music, and it would be a good opportunity to pay tribute to her – and to kind of thank her for letting me steal her stuff,” Maud concludes with another laugh.
Sarah Maud’s Sarah on Sarah: Celebrating Sarah Vaughan is set to begin at 5:00 p.m. Sunday, August 24, at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, located in downtown Tulsa’s Jazz Depot, 111 E. First St.
Tickets can be purchased at the Depot, from http://www.myticketoffice.com, or by calling Bettie Downing at 918-281-8609. General admission is $15, reserved table seating $20. Seniors and Jazz Hall members are admitted for $10, and high school and junior high students for $5.
The show is a part of the Jazz Hall’s 2014 Summer 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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