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We were honored to be a part of “Brothers & Sisters of the Dirt: A Memorial Benefit for Brandon Jenkins,” a beautiful evening at The Shrine in Tulsa last Sunday celebrating the life of our friend, Brandon Jenkins. Through the efforts of Brad James, Donnie Rich, “The Fun Girls” Leatha Pierce and Jean Wiles, and so many generous donors and … Read More
On May 2, 2018, Bob Childers’ Gypsy Café returns to Stillwater for its seventh year! In an effort to include undiscovered talent at the state’s largest songwriter festival, organizers announced the Jimmy LaFave Songwriting Contest in early March. Judges recently narrowed a field of more than 40 songs down to 4 finalists: Jason Scott’s “She Good to Me:” From Oklahoma City, Jason is … Read More
In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, the largest international day of giving, Red Dirt Relief Fund is proud to collaborate with musicians across the state to bring live tunes to fans on Facebook in a campaign called “Giving Tunesday.” According to RDRF Executive Director Katie Dale, “We want to thank the fans that support working musicians in our state, and … Read More
Why yes, we do believe this will be the tastiest benefit for Red Dirt Relief Fund yet. Thanks to Grady’s 66 Pub for hosting and donating proceeds to Oklahoma musicians in need. Getting our bibs ready for August 20th in Yukon!
On a beautiful, sunny day, April 27, 2016, more than 900 fans flocked to three venues in Stillwater, Okla. to pay homage to the godfather of red dirt music, Bob Childers, and enjoy acoustic sets from over 70 Oklahoma songwriters. It was by all accounts a magical night! Thanks to the generosity of so many musicians, volunteers, partners and fans, … Read More
We are excited to partner with Center of the Universe Festival for the second year! This two-day fest in downtown Tulsa (July 24-25) promises tons of excellent bands, cool art installations, food trucks and a sweaty good time. But those aren’t the only reasons we love it. COU gives back to the local music community, both to Red Dirt Relief … Read More