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Mon 2/1
6-9 PM
Country
free show

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Wed 2/3
6-9 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

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Thu 2/4
6-9 PM
Americana
free show

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Fri 2/5
6:30-9:30 PM
R&B
free show

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Sat 2/6
12-3 PM
Americana
free show

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Sat 2/6
8 PM
(Carson Jeffrey opens)
Doors: 7pm
Americana
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(Carson Jeffrey opens)
Doors: 7pm

This event is for ages 18+ only.

Throughout a recording career that has spanned more than 20 years, Jack Ingram has maintained a reputation for uncompromising, personally charged song craft and energetic, charismatic performances, earning him prominent stature in a prestigious tradition of iconoclastic singer-songwriters. Ingram’s prior work has won him a fiercely devoted fan base as well as reams of critical acclaim, and now Midnight Motel, his eighth studio album since his 2009 smash Big Dreams & High Hopes, marks a creative milestone for the veteran artist, his sound ever evolving while showcasing some of his most expressive, emotionally raw songwriting to date. In 2008, Jack Ingram was named Best New Male Vocalist by the Academy of Country Music. His indie success helped to win him acceptance within the Nashville major-label mainstream, and he expanded his constituency with such acclaimed national releases as Livin’ or Dyin’, Hey You, Electric, Young Man as well as the live album Live at Gruene Hall: Happy Happy, and Acoustic Motel. Ingram moved to the Big Machine label with 2006’s Wherever You Are, which spawned a pair of major country hits in the title track, which became his first Number One single, and its Top 20 follow-up, “Love You.” His next studio effort, 2007’s This Is It, hit the Top Five on the U.S. country charts and produced a trio of hits in “Lips of An Angel,” “Measure of A Man,” and “Maybe She’ll Get Lonely.” Big Dreams & High Hopes followed two years later, spawning five chart singles, including the Top 10 “Barefoot and Crazy” and the Top 20 “That’s A Man.”

Sun 2/7
12-3:30 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

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Mon 2/8
6-9 PM
Country
free show

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Wed 2/10
6-9 PM
Americana
free show

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Fri 2/12
6-9 PM
Blues
free show

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Sat 2/13
12-3 PM
Americana
free show

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Sat 2/13
8 PM
(Wight Lighters opens)
Doors: 7 PM
Southern Rock
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Read Southall Band- Gruene Hall (Wight Lighters opens)
Doors: 7 PM

This event for ages 18+ only.

In 2015, the local songwriting scene of Stillwater, OK brought together four like-minded individuals from completely different background who wanted nothing more than to play music. Read Southall became the talk of Oklahoma after the release of his acoustic album “Six String Sorrow” in 2015 that accumulated 8 million streams in just 3 years. In 2016, Read Southall decided that a group effort was the way to proceed with his fellow band mates and the Read Southall Band officially came to light. They released “Borrowed Time” in the spring of 2017 which featured singles like “Don’t Tell Me” and “Why”, which made it inside the Top 10 on several streaming charts. The Read Southall Band began to tour full time in 2018, leading to the release of “Live at Tower Theatre” in December.

Sun 2/14
12-3 PM
Country
free show

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Sun 2/14
7 PM
Doors: 7 PM
Southern Rock
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Read Southall Band- Gruene Hall Doors: 7 PM

(JT Perry, Jeremee Knipp, Austin Meade, Dylan Wheeler, Chris Colston and more open)

This event for ages 18+ only.

In 2015, the local songwriting scene of Stillwater, OK brought together four like-minded individuals from completely different background who wanted nothing more than to play music. Read Southall became the talk of Oklahoma after the release of his acoustic album “Six String Sorrow” in 2015 that accumulated 8 million streams in just 3 years. In 2016, Read Southall decided that a group effort was the way to proceed with his fellow band mates and the Read Southall Band officially came to light. They released “Borrowed Time” in the spring of 2017 which featured singles like “Don’t Tell Me” and “Why”, which made it inside the Top 10 on several streaming charts. The Read Southall Band began to tour full time in 2018, leading to the release of “Live at Tower Theatre” in December.

Mon 2/15
6-9 PM
Country
free show

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Tue 2/16
6-9 PM
Cajun / Folk
free show

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Wed 2/17
6-9 PM
Rock-a-billy
free show

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Sat 2/20
1-5 PM
Texas / Red Dirt
free show

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Sat 2/20
8:00 PM
Doors: 7 PM
Americana/Country
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Doors: 7 PM

This event is age 18+ only.
Jamie Lin Wilson lives and works in that sweet spot where folk and country meet––Guy Clark territory. It’s her comfort in and commitment to two distinct worlds––that of the dream-chasing artists and the dirt-under-their-nails realists––that makes Jamie and her songs not just inviting, but cathartically important. Jamie’s anticipated new record Jumping Over Rocks marks her second full-length solo album, but she’s not the new kid. She cut her teeth fronting and co-fronting beloved bands including the Gougers and the Trishas, winning over listeners and peers across the country. Now, her place as an acclaimed singer-songwriter on her own seems fated, imbued with a singular blend of freshness and road-earned wisdom.

Courtney Patton is a storyteller. She’s also a mother, a wife, a producer, a singer, a songwriter, a tour-van driver and a musician. Following her previous solo albums, Triggering a Flood (2013) and So This Is Life (2015), and her acoustic collaborative project with her husband and fellow Texas troubadour Jason Eady, Something Together, (2017), Patton has drawn on true life day-to-day autobiographical life experiences and released her third album, What It’s Like To Fly Alone, in 2018. It debuted as high at #4 on the i-Tunes country chart and made a mark across four different Billboard album charts (including a Top 20 mark on their Americana Albums Sales chart) all the more remarkable.

Kaitlin Butts is a thunderstorm. A tornado warning. Behind her flowing locks of auburn hair, Oklahoma twang, and wry grin, grows a demanding voice and equally devastating storyteller. This high-rising Oklahoma native is steadily blooming into a quick-witted writer who has the ability to pick the right details to make a song and story believable and real. She shifts between infectious Cosmic Cowgirl flare with lush desert-swept pastels, desired & heartfelt tearjerkers, and hard-bitten & calloused murder ballads. Through them all, she’s exhibits a knack for character and a nose for narrative. They come in like a summer shower patting down the dust. Other times, Butts is torrential downpour wreaking havoc.

Sun 2/21
4:30-8 PM
Americana
free show

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Mon 2/22
6-9 PM
Country
free show

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Fri 2/26
6-10 PM
Americana
free show

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Sat 2/27
1-5 PM
Country
free show

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Sat 2/27
8 PM
(Luke Olson opens)
Doors: 7pm
Country
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Junior Brown (Luke Olson opens)
Doors: 7pm

This event is age 18+ only.
Combining the soul of country and the spirit of Rock-n-Roll, Junior Brown’s music appeals to country purists, alternative country rebels, rock-n-roll lovers, and to mainstream music lovers. Junior expresses his virtuosity on his distinctly unique instrument, the twin-necked “guit-steel,” which is an efficient combination of a steel guitar and an electric guitar, one which he affectionately calls “Big Red”. In Junior’s hands, the guit-steel is an amazing tool, a means to creating some of the hottest, most heartfelt playing heard in years. Playing everywhere from the Grand Ole Opry to rock showcases on the West Coast, to Gruene Hall, Junior has been heralded by major publications such as Musician, Life, and Guitar Player magazines, to name a few, as a musical genius. “He may very well be one of the few true musical artists we have left– a player firmly rooted in the past but whose forceful personality and sheer talent make his work stand out as a unique and unmistakable form of self-expression.” Plus, the man can just get down…

Sun 2/28
12-3:30 PM
Cajun / Folk
free show

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