What can we say that hasn’t been said or WILL be said about the loss of President George Herbert Walker Bush… That he was the 41st President of these United States…. That he was a selfless Naval pilot in the South Pacific… That he was an Ambassador to China… the head of the CIA… a Vice President… a leader… a hero… an example of being a gentlemanly force on the world stage… That he was fortunate enough to have been married to one of the most wonderful women who ever walked this planet? Continue reading
Traditions continue at the Tulsa PAC in December with a spirited line-up of shows and events to spread the seasonal joy throughout Northeastern Oklahoma.
Watch the beloved holiday favorite “Home Alone” on a giant screen while Tulsa Symphony performs renowned composer John Williams’ delightful score. Hilarious and heartwarming, “Home Alone” is holiday fun for the entire family! Ron Spigelman conducts the concert Dec. 1 in Chapman Music Hall. Continue reading
UPDATED: Roy Clark, the legendary ‘superpicker’ GRAMMY, CMA and ACM award winner, Country Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry member and co-host of the famed ‘Hee Haw’ television series, died Thursday November 15 at the age of 85 due to complications from pneumonia at home in Tulsa, Okla.
‘Roy Clark’s Celebration of Life’ memorial will be open to the public on Wednesday, November 21 at 11:00am CT at Rhema Bible Church at 1025 W Kenosha St in Broken Arrow, OK (near Tulsa). The service will be streamed at rhema.org and on Rhema’s Facebook Page. Continue reading
Street artist Sabo released a new poster this week poking fun at Willie Nelson ahead of his fundraiser for Texas socialist-Dem Beto O’Rourke. Sabo’s poster brands Willie Nelson a “tax dodger” and teases a fictional tour called “The Boys Gone Soy.”
On September 29th, Nelson plans to play in Austin, Texas, for Beto O’Rourke, who is challenging Ted Cruz for his U.S. Senate seat. Breitbart reports, “85-year-old singer said in response, ‘I’ve been supporting Democrats all my life.’” Continue reading
On a September Saturday when two of the three state major college football teams were playing home games, one might expect a few empty seats inside Tulsa’s BOK Center for a concert, but that wasn’t the case. A capacity crowd welcomed country singer Chris Young with opening acts Kane Brown and Australia native Morgan Evans. Young, who won the 2006 “Nashville Star” reality competition on USA Network is touring in support of his latest album, “Losing Sleep.” Continue reading