The Mission StatementTo provide a safety net of critical assistance for Oklahoma music people in times of need.

The Red Dirt Relief Fund, Inc., is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has provided more than $450,000 to 700+ music people in 38 Oklahoma counties since its inception in 2012. Recipients’ situations range from loss of property due to wildfire and tornado to loss of work after accidents or medical emergencies. Most notably, grants totaling more than a quarter million dollars have helped struggling music professionals during pandemic.

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Come checkout Jason Scott at Roughtail Brews and Tunes May 21st!

"On the Okie singer/songwriter’s rootsy, raucous new full-length album, “Castle Rock,” Scott and his band, The High Heat, pull out just about every stop you could think of in their quest to keep the listener on their toes. Sure, it’s country music in that it’s straightforward, twangy, and unabashedly southern, but the songs here are creative and daring in ways rarely expected from the genre. The sound throughout is so modern, the energies on display so decidedly fiery and youthful, that you’d picture the band leading an indie-rock crowd in a fist-pumping sing-a-long way before ever picturing them scoring a honky tonk line dance." - Free Press OKC

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It's with immense gratitude that we can announce the 11th annual #GypsyCafe was the most successful one yet! Thanks to near-perfect weather and record attendance, we raised $47,064 for Oklahoma music professionals in crisis!…