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 $170,000 to 52 music people in 20 Oklahoma cities and towns 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.
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"It was exhilarating getting to put that group of people together. They surpassed my expectations. That’s why I like doing things like this—it’s a glimmer of hope. It is possible for people of completely different backgrounds to come together on a whim and make those type of sounds. It left us all charged.” -Jake Lynn, musical director of the Skinnerfest 2020 Mercury Lounge Tulsa set.

We can't wait for you to hear Jake Lynn, Chris Combs, Bo Hallford, Bobby Moffett Jr, Malachi Burgess & Andrew Bair lay down the rhythm for Stephanie Oliver & David Horne, Tea Rush, Briana Wright, Ayilla (ayillaofficial), Dane Arnold of Dane & The Soup and Jared Tyler 🔥🔥🔥 #skinnerfest

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We did it together! $138,500 in COVID-19 relief aid delivered to 554 Oklahoma music professionals since March. The application is open through July 31st. All the details here:…