Starting April 18, 2015, pick up a limited edition 10″ vinyl featuring Stand and Woody Guthrie’s This Land is Your Land (B Side). Records available at these stores in Tulsa and Stillwater.
On March 25-26, 2014, more than 50 Oklahoma musicians joined together with legendary producer, Steve Ripley, to stand up and speak out in support of expanding health coverage for our uninsured residents.
Download Stand (Let Your Voice Be Heard) on iTunes. All proceeds go to address health care and other critical needs faced by musicians and artists in the state of Oklahoma.
Watch a video of the project produced by Oklahoma’s renown filmmaker, Sterlin Harjo.
Oklahoma residents are among the least healthy in the nation, ranking among the bottom 5 states. This recording and video, produced and directed by Oklahoma’s own Sterlin Harjo, will be available for download on iTunes starting in early June.
650,000 Oklahomans do not have health coverage. Most of them work two jobs.
Extending health care to uninsured Oklahomans would create over 15,000 jobs while pumping millions into the state economy.
At little or no net cost to Oklahomans, accepting the return of funds we paid in Federal taxes would help more than 120,000 children, elderly, hourly wage workers and disabled Oklahomans to obtain health coverage.
“Stand (Let Your Voice Be Heard)” written by Chuck Dunlap, Brad Piccolo and John Cooper (Cimarron Soul Publishing, BMI; Barking Log Publishing, BMI; Secondary Mission Publishing, BMI)
Sterlin Harjo – Producer / Director
Shane Brown – Director of Photography
Charles Elmore – Assistant Camera / Lighting
Sean Egan – 2nd Assistant Camera
Chris Long – Production Manager
Dylan Brodie – Digital Imaging Technician
Matt Leach – Editor
Recorded at the FlyLoft in Tulsa, Oklahoma.