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Together for the first time, these Oklahoma singer/songwriters are the taproot of what is called Red Dirt Music!

January 29th Stillwater @ Backstage 100 E 7th Ave

Red Dirt Nation is proud to present Oklahoma’s own Red Dirt pioneers Randy Crouch, Tom Skinner and Chuck Dunlap, in a four city rare concert tour in Oklahoma.   Cities included are: Tahlequah, Stillwater, Tulsa and Oklahoma City.

Randy Crouch has been a foundation for Oklahoma's Red Dirt music scene since the beginning. He is often called the "World's Greatest" rock n roll Fiddler but  he also plays electric, acoustic & pedal steel guitar, dobro, piano & keyboards, banjo and  mandolin.  His influence extends deep into Oklahoma music of all types, including Folk, Bluegrass, Blues, and Country. Crouch often refers to his songs as "Oklahoma Protest music”.

Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame inductee Tom Skinner is not only one of the originators of the Red Dirt sound, he’s also done more than his fair share to keep it going since its inception. Among other things, his weekly Tom Skinner Science Project shows have been a part of The Tulsa Sound for the past 15 years. If you were to talk to any artist from Oklahoma who cut their teeth on Red Dirt music, you would be hard pressed to find a single one who doesn’t contribute some portion of their success and craft to Tom Skinner. 

Chuck Dunlap was on the ground floor of the acoustic singer-songwriter genre that would later become known as Red Dirt born in Stillwater Oklahoma.  He was one of the first Stillwater musicians to release music embracing the multi-genre facets of red dirt. Dunlap is notably influential on the entire Red Dirt singer/songwriter tradition. Even the late Bob Childers credited Dunlap’s songwriting with enticing him to Stillwater.

January 29th Stillwater @ Backstage 100 E 7th Ave

All Shows start at 8:00 PM Doors open at 7:00 PM   $10 in advance $15 at door

Advance Tickets available online at www.ticketstorm.com or by calling 866-966-1777

In person advance tickets available at Daddy O’s  S 115 North Main Street, Stillwater

All or some of the artists are available for media interviews.  Please contact Victoria Robinson 509-641-1954 to set up a time that is convenient.