Jazz Depot Presents Spring Performances

By CHUCK CISSEL
Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame

ANNIE ELLICOTT AND NATHAN FIFIELD

Now that the snowstorm of the century is behind us and the snow is finally melting, I believe the spring season will be a welcomed sight for us all.

If you were like me, you could not get out of your neighborhood for quite
a spell. Cabin fever was definitely in effect. Though I was born and raised in Tulsa, I left for over 30 years, and I don’t recall it ever snowing quite like this when growing up. When I was living in New York City, I don’t remember my family telling me of the big snow in T-Town. Actually, it was quite the opposite – the weather was nearly always pleasant, even during the winter months, with little snow.

Good weather means everyone can finally get out of their homes and apartments to enjoy the sights and sounds of Green Country. We can also celebrate the arts in this amazing city of ours. The Performing Arts Center has a lot of great entertainment value happening and you can always count on to provide quality concerts.

An invitation is always extended to you to come and enjoy one of our Sunday afternoon shows at the Jazz Depot, which is a lovely way to spend the afternoon with friends, family or colleagues enjoying America’s music.

Mar. 20 – Rebecca Ungerman in A Celebration of Jazz’s Greatest Women Song Writers
One of Tulsa’s top musical artists takes her turn at center stage with what promises to be one of the highlights of the concert season. Rebecca Ungerman lights up the stage with her singing and is a natural born entertainer. Joining Ungerman will be the Frank Brown Trio. Make sure to be in town for this concert. Showtime is 5 p.m.

Updated 03-16-2011

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