The Uptown Gals in Guthrie have put a musical idea that will be heard out all over the streets of downtown Guthrie this weekend.
Local downtown business owners Ann Tisher, Keely Northup, Elaine Bonine and Debbie Prather have collected 13 featured performers, along with youth musicians, to perform in local downtown stores all day Saturday (March 31) and ending the weekend, on Sunday, with the sounds of the Al Good Orchestra.
The music starts Saturday morning at 11 a.m. and continues until the late evening hours.
The tea dance featuring ballroom dancing and big band music is from 2:30 to 5:30 on Sunday, April 1st at the R&R Restaurant and Event Center, located in the old Santa Fe Depot. Tickets for the Sunday dance will be available at the door for $15 a person or $25 for a couple.
For the complete details visit their website at http://www.3uptowngals.com/
Featured Performers and where they will be playing:
Bruce Benson Duo jazz/r&b perfoming at Sealed with a Kiss/Carol Ann’s from 3 to 5
Byron Berline Band international bluegrass sensation performing at the Double Stop Fiddle Shop at 7:30*
Rebecca Jean Brock golden oldies of the 60/70’s performing at R&R Restaurant from 4 to 8
Stevie Dee traditional country performing at Rick’s Fine Chocolate & Gifts from 1 to 3
Cowboy Jim Garling cowboy/western musician performing at Extra Special Fabrics from 11 to noon
John Goodson new country guitar performing at Exit Realty from 5 to 7
Erica James Band gypsy with jazz and celtic flavor performing at Stables Café from 6 to 8
Robert Thornton Kent folk musician performing at Vintage ’89 beginning at 9pm
Kaylee Losawyer guitar and vocal performing at Treasures & Books from 12 to 2 & 4 to 6
Bill Merickel native american flutist performing at Heritage Collection from 2 to 4
OJ Myers Elvis! performing at Furrow Flowers & Gifts from 5 to 6:30
Dustin Prinz singer/songwriter performing at Gallery Grazioso from 1 to 3
JD Smith & Friends country/southern rock performing at Friend’s Market from 3 to 5
Youth Musicians student musicians performing at Kamdyn’s Kloset from 1 to 4
*all venues are free, with the exception of the Byron Berline Band. Tickets available at the door ($10 ea).
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