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Tyler Farr at Cain's Ballroom

Tyler Farr will play the Cain's Ballroom on Friday, December 11th. 

Tickets on sale Friday, August 14th at:

Cain’s Box Office, by phone @ 877-4-FLYTIX or online @ www.cainsballroom.com   

 *** All Ages Show ***

 Tickets:  $26 + fees advance / $28 + fees day of show

 

Columbia Nashville’s Tyler Farr releases his highly anticipated sophomore album, Suffer In Peace, on April 28th. Suffer In Peace made its debut in the top 5 on the BILLBOARDTop 200 Albums and BILLBOARDCountry Albums Charts. Previously with the release of his debut album Redneck Crazy, which released in 2013, landing Farr at No. 2 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and #5 on the Billboard Top 200 made Farr the only solo male country artist in the last 10 years to have his first two studio albums debut in the top-5 on the Billboard 200 Chart.His #1, platinum-selling title-track “Redneck Crazy”was called the “song of the summer”by The New York Times and projected Farr forward to celebrate back-to-back #1 singles, including his first #1 as a songwriter, with his Gold-certified hit “Whiskey in my Water.”The Missouri native’s dry wit and energetic live show have earned him industry recognition as a 2014 CRS New Faces of Country Radio and 2014 Music Row “Breakthrough Artist of the Year”nominee, as well as rave reviews for his coveted opening slots touring with Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Brantley Gilbert and Lee Brice. Tyler has appeared on the Today Show and Fox & Friends’s All American Summer Concert Series. Tyler’s first single off the newly released Suffer In Peace album, “A Guy Walks into a Bar,”is proving to be Farr's third radio hit, currently residing in the Top 5 at country radio, and is now RIAA Certified GOLD.

 

Lee Brice with Granger Smith at Muskogee Civic Center

Spectra, the newly hired manager of The Muskogee Civic Center brings you Lee Brice, the hottest name in country music. Lee Brice and The Jagermesiter Country Music Tour will hit the stage at Muskogee Civic Center on Saturday, September 26. He will be joined by Granger Smith, Earl Dibbles Jr. and Brian Milson. This is one of the biggest concerts to hit the Muskogee country music scene in a very long time. Tickets for this

Tickets to Lee Brice and the Jagermeister Country Music Tour go on sale Friday, July 31 at 10am, and can be purchased online at www.muskogeeciviccenter.com or by phone at 855-849-3643. Tickets range from $25 for reserved seating, to $50 for General Admission floor tickets.

 Lee Brice is currently topping Billboard Country Charts with hits like Drinking Class, I Don’t Dance, Love You Like Crazy, I Drive Your Truck, Hard to Love and Parking Lot Party. If you know country music you know Lee Brice is one of the biggest stars in the industry, with 4 number one hits and countless collaboration pieces, with artist to the likes of Garth Brooks and Tim McGraw. Granger Smith, also known as Earl Dibbles Jr, brings some red dirt country action on the Jagermeister Country Music Tour with hit songs like The Country Boy Song, Miles and Mud Tires, Silverado Bench Seat and additional songs from his most recent album EP 4X4 like Backroad Song. Brian Milson joins the tour as one of country’s brightest young stars, best known for his breakthrough single Nothing Grows in Shadows.

 The Lee Brice Jagermeister Country Music Tour is presented by Spectra Presents.     

 Spectra provides Venue Management and Ticketing & Fan Engagement at the Muskogee Civic Center. Spectra by Comcast Spectacor is the expert in hosting and entertainment, partnering with over 300 clients at 400 global properties to create memorable experiences for millions of visitors every year. Spectra’s expertise is embodied within three main divisions: Venue Management (formerly Global Spectrum), Food Services & Hospitality (formerly Ovations Food Services), and Ticketing & Fan Engagement (formerly Paciolan). Learn more at SpectraExperiences.com.

 

Maddie & Tae at Cains Ballroom

What: Maddie and Tae

Where: Cains Ballroom 

When: Thursday October 22nd. Doors 7pm  show at 8pm

Tickets on sale  Friday 7/24 at 10am. 

Maddie Marlow and Taylor Dye never intended to hit a nerve when they sat down on St. Patricks Day and wrote “Girl In A Country Song.” Merely expressing their own reaction to the reductive tilt of today’s BroCountry, the pair and co-writer Aaron Schwerz shamelessly skewered its Xeroxed stereotypes; “Girl” was as much a lark as it was ever “meaningful social commentary.” 

For more information visit cainsballroom.com

Little Big Town at the Joint

Country rockers Little Big Town will bring their Pain Killer tour to the Hard Rock Casino in Tulsa on Saturday, March 21st at 8pm. Tickets for the concert will go on sale on Thursday, January 29th and can be purchased online at tickets.hardrockcasinotulsa.com

Little Big Town is an American country music group that has country music fans inspired by their unique vocals and amazing performances. Founded in 1998, the Grammy Award-winning quartet has comprised the same four members since its inception: Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip Sweet. They first entered the music scene more than 15 years ago with hits such as “Boondocks,” “Bring It On Home,” “Good As Gone” and “Little White Church.”

Their highly anticipated sixth studio album, “Pain Killer,” was released in October 2014 to rave critical review and features No. 1 hit “Day Drinking” and newly released single “Girl Crush.” “Pain Killer” follows the band’s platinum-selling album “Tornado,” which includes No. 1 hits "Pontoon" and "Tornado."

Collectively, the group has earned more than 25 award show nominations and has taken home awards for ACM Top New Vocal Group, CMA Single of the Year, CMA Vocal Group of the Year (2012-2014), ACM Vocal Group of the Year and ACM Video of the Year.  They’ve also earned a GRAMMY Award for Best Country Group/Duo Performance and an Emmy Award. 

MUST BE 21 TO ENTER.

For more information visit hardrockcasinotulsa.com/the-joint-tulsa/

ABOUT THE JOINT: TULSAThe Joint: Tulsa is unlike any entertainment venue in the area. The 45,000-square-foot room offers amphitheater-style seating with excellent sightlines to watch top acts burn up the stage. Combine that with a state-of-the-art light and sound system within an intimate 2,700-seat setting, and you have a one-of-a-kind experience you’ll only find at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.

Kenny Chesney at the BOK Center

The BOK Center is proud to welcome Kenny Chesney on Thursday, May 14th.  The date for the start of ticket sales has not been announced.

With nearly two-dozen NFL-sized stadiums plays slated for this summer, Kenny Chesney took a good look at his remaining dates and thought about the show he was planning for this tour. Knowing each venue has individual needs – and scaling down from stadium- size, especially the amphitheaters, can remove some of the impact, he chose carefully.   “For all the time we had to create for The Big Revival Tour,” Chesney says, “I wanted to make sure the fans got to experience it. I love amphitheaters and all the fun... But I want to give the fans the same impact with the show, because The Big Revival Tour’s set up to be pretty special.”   Chesney’s non-stadium The Big Revival Tour shows will be played mostly in enclosed arenas. Not all the dates have been announced – in part due to seeking the best venues to streamline the production and not lose impact – but an almost complete tour schedule is attached. After a year off the road, Chesney is ready to get back to the fans, starting March 26 with a stop in Tulsa on May 14.

For more information visit bokcenter.com

 

Miranda Lambert at the BOK Center

MIRANDA LAMBERT

Certified Platinum Tour with special guests Justin Moore, RaeLynn, and Jukebox Mafia

BOK CENTER - Saturday, February 28, 2015

Tickets on sale Friday, January 30 at 10:00am at LiveNation.com, all Ticketmaster Outlets, BOKCenter.com, BOK Center  Box Office or by calling 800-745-3000

Brett Eldredge at Cain's Ballroom

Brett Eldredege will be rocking the Cain’s Ballroom on Thursday, March 5th. Tickets go on sale Friday, January 9th. Tickets for the show will start at $22 (plus fees) for advance and $25 (plus fees) the day of the show. Tickets can be purchased at the Cain’s Box Office and by phone at 877-4-FLYTIX or online at www.cainsballroom.com   

Country up-and-comer Brett Eldredge has always been drawn to singers, a fact that should come as no surprise to anyone who’s heard the Illinois native’s soulful, distinctive baritone. “I always gravitated towards big voices, because as a kid I had this big voice coming out of me,” says Eldredge. “I was hooked on the way that somebody could tell a story through the tone of their voice.” With a Country Music Association Awards’ nomination for “New Artist of the Year,” his single “Don’t Ya” climbing to No. 1 on the country charts, new single “Beat of the Music” most added at radio in its first week and debut album Bring You Back having just released on August 6 on Atlantic Records, Eldredge is finally getting the chance to share a story of his own. Ray Charles, Ronnie Dunn, and Frank Sinatra were the “big voices” that influenced Eldredge in his younger days. When his parents bought him a guitar and a small sound system, he didn’t immediately take to the instrument – “I never could sit still long enough to learn it,” he admits – but the sound system and its wireless microphone became a cornerstone of his early musical training. By age 15, Eldredge was a performer in demand for local functions. “I really grew to love the feel of the crowd,” he says.

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There was no question that the passion for performance would carry him to Nashville, but Eldredge says his move to Music City after college made one thing clear: He was going to have to pick up that abandoned guitar. “I saw people on stage playing these songwriter nights, just them and a guitar,” he says. So Eldredge locked himself in a room to practice, and eventually started writing songs of his own. “It took me a while to finally get a hold of the guitar, but once I did I was hooked,” he says. “I think being a student of singers works to my advantage, because it taught me how to phrase things. I had melodies all over the place in my head.”He’s since moved on to writing with some of Nashville’s greats, including the legendary “Whispering” Bill Anderson, who taught him that one of the tricks to being a great songwriter is to “just keep writing,” Eldredge says. Two of the singles he’s released so far certainly prove his range, from 2010’s poignant “Raymond” to his No. 1 single “Don’t Ya,” an up-tempo flirtation that ponders the mystery of romantic relations, and showcases the sexy growl in Eldredge’s voice. His writing chops are also gaining recognition with the hit TV show “Nashville” using the Eldredge-penned song “Adios Old Friend,” country star Trace Adkins cutting his song “Watch the World End” (feat. Colbie Caillat) and the Country Music Association featuring him in their esteemed songwriters series in New York City. “You can create something from nothing,” is how Eldredge describes the joy of writing. “That’s the coolest thing in the world to me.”But it’s during his high-energy performances that Eldredge says he feels the most alive – as Taylor Swift fans discovered last spring when he opened 19 dates on the superstar’s The RED Tour. “Everything it takes to get to wherever I’m going to play – every airplane and car I ride in – is so worth it once I’m able to get up on that stage,” says Eldredge. “I want everybody in the crowd to feel the energy that I’m feeling from them.”And when Bring You Back hit stores in August, it was in many ways the culmination of a journey that started with a little kid, a big voice, and a story to tell – and in many ways, says Eldredge, it’s just the beginning: “This new music is me, and it’s taken every song I’ve written up to this point to get to where I am,” he explains. “I feel better about my music now than I ever have felt, and I can’t wait for people to hear it.”For more information about the show visit Cainsballroom.com

Chase Bryant at Cains Ballroom

Chase Bryant will make a stop at the Cain's Ballroom on Thursday, May 14th.  Tickets are on sale now and can be purchases at Cain’s Box Office or by phone at 877-4-FLYTIX  and also online at www.cainsballroom.com. Tickets for the show are currently $13 plus fees but will be $15 on the day of the concert. 

Music defines Chase Bryant. At every level and in often unexpected ways, his truths are expressed in melody, lyrics, hooks and sounds ... but his reality goes even deeper than that. Bryant's heritage is defined by music. His upbringing, his craft, his inspiration and his obsessions are all centered in the same - which is good - because there's no other way to explain how a 21-year-old Texan could already be a top-flight guitar player, head-turning songwriter, RED BOW recording artist and co-producer of his debut album.Bryant focuses his muse on the commonalities people share. "We all have a destination," he says. "We all have dreams we want to follow. I’m no different than anybody else, I just sing about it. It's my job to put the party on and give people a good reason to have fun." And that he does, whether it's in the soaring groove of "Summertime Saturday High," the sparkling "Fire,” unabashed romanticism of "Change Your Name” or the vocally-charged, guitar-shredding debut single “Take It On Back.”

Raised in Orange Grove, TX (pop. 1,200), Bryant's grandfather played piano in Roy Orbison’s first two bands and, later, for Waylon Jennings. His uncles co-founded the group Ricochet, which had several hits in the '90s. "From the time I was a kid, the only thing I wanted to do was play music," he says. "I was two or three years old and heard Jerry Lee Lewis’ 'Lewis Boogie' come on my grandfather’s record player. I remember hearing him say, 'My name is Jerry Lee Lewis and I’m from Louisiana' ... and I had an identity crisis! I thought I was Jerry Lee and would walk around saying that. In school, I was the odd kid. There were 20 guitars in town and I owned all of them."Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard, Tom Petty, Vince Gill, Bob Wills, Steve Wariner, Bryan Adams and more were early influences, but a confluence of releases brought him to a turning point. "Keith Urban's Love, Pain & The Whole Crazy Thing and records by Sarah Buxton and Jedd Hughes did it," he says. "I knew I wanted to play mainstream country – I always knew. But those records told me that I could be that and still write guitar riffs that would stick in somebody’s head.""I never wanted to be anybody else," he says. "My grandfather always told me ‘you can't be good at being anybody else. You can only be good at being yourself.’ "Songwriting was an integral part of his development. "It goes back, of course, to getting my heart broken in school," he says. "Some girl broke up with me – I may have been 11 or 12, and I just wrote it down. I was never great at reading, but I liked words, phrases and sentences. The only way I knew to let people know me is through writing. I'd just look at my life, grab some paper and put it down."The other thing I'd do is have melodies playing in my head. Something would pop up and I'd just go, 'There it is.' " Encouraged by his parents, particularly his school-teacher mother, he graduated early and moved west. "All I wanted to do was play music and Los Angeles was my first attempt," Bryant says. "Somebody asked me to go out there and write for this little company and I took the first flight. The dream was that simple, but you can't stop before the miracle happens. You have to keep going. And I feel like it was a miracle just making it out of Orange Grove. I loved L.A., but Nashville is where I wanted to come. I probably wrote 400 lousy songs before I wrote my first good one. But one good one was enough to get Nashville managers, pluggers and publishers on board."Because of his Roy Orbison connection, someone suggested a meeting with Roy's widow, the late Barbara Orbison, a prominent Nashville publisher, who signed Bryant on the spot, making him her final signing before she passed. That road led Bryant to BBR Music Group imprint Red Bow Records, to which he signed in August 2013. During one early meeting, Founder Benny Brown, notoriously picky about working with producers, surprised Bryant. "He'd listen to my demos and say, 'Where did you cut that?' or 'Who produced that?' And I'd always say, 'In my closet. Cut it myself. Played it myself.' Benny trusted me enough to co-produce with Derek George (Randy Houser, Joe Nichols). He gave me the reins, which was something I always wanted."Brown's confidence was noteworthy if for no other reason than the fact that Bryant is completely self-taught as a producer. "There were no studios in Orange Grove," Bryant explains. "My parents took me to a Guitar Center and let me get what I needed. From there, I started building little tracks that I would listen to in the car and compare with what I heard on the radio. I taught myself how to make stuff sound bigger and better.”Despite being on the cusp of exceptional achievement for someone so young (having recently been named one of “The Best Things We Saw at CMA Music Fest 2014” by Rolling Stone) Bryant sees little difference between himself and the audience. "We're all fans," he says. "We're all friends. And the music is our connection. To me, it's a lifelong relationship and we'll all get where we're going together. That's the beauty of music. This is the first chapter of my book, and I think people will find it defines where they're at just as much as it defines where I'm at -- because we're the same – I'm just the guy with the guitar. If I wasn't, I'd be the guy on the front row with his arm around his girl raising a glass to the guy onstage. No question. It's just who I am. Music is everything."   

Bryant will be at the Cain's Ballroom on Thursday, May 14th.  Tickets are on sale now and can be purchases at Cain’s Box Office or by phone at 877-4-FLYTIX  and also online at www.cainsballroom.com. Tickets for the show are currently $13 plus fees but will be $15 on the day of the concert. 

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