Live Action Continues All Summer at the Jazz Depot


June is jazz month and the Jazz Depot is alive with music for all souls. Make the summer of 2009 your season to get out and listen to America’s music: jazz. Two major events are on our summer schedule beginning in June and concluding in August.

Catch the J3 Jazz & Blues Band, who will kick off the music on Friday evening at 7 p.m. Come and check out the Ale House at Riverwalk.

Summer Concert
Series 2009
Jazz Depot

Sundays at 5 p.m.

July 26 – Starr Fisher Quartet. Jazz Hall favorite for years, Ms. Fisher will vocally knock your socks off and her jamming band is ready to blow the roof off the Depot.

August 9 – Janet Rutland. You cannot go wrong with Janet Rutland – from her hit show Patsy Cline to the Hollywood Film Hits, Ms. Rutland is a stunning vocalist and top notch professional who brings a fresh approach to the Great American Song Book.

August 16 – Brenda Johnson Trio. The voice is sensational. The band is sensational. The evening will be sensational too. That?s what you get with Ms. Johnson?s musical treatment with songs made popular by jazz divas Nina Simone, Dinah Washington and Nancy Wilson.

August 23 – Amy Cottingham and Friends. An amazing classical pianist who plays jazz and sings as well. Count on Ms. Cottingham to present an evening to remember.

August 30 – Annie Ellicott Trio. Scatting her way through a library of jazz standards, Ms. Ellicott has become one of the darlings of the Tulsa music scene in recent years.

For tickets or more information, contact the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame at (918) 281-8600 or visit online at Gift shop and concessions are available. All major credit cards are accepted.

A special thanks to Mayor Kathy Taylor for her all-out efforts to provide quality of life improvements for the city of Tulsa. She has been an amazing ambassador for our city and the state of Oklahoma. From all of us at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, we wish you and Bill the absolute best in all of your endeavors. Thanks for being our friend at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame.

Updated 06-15-2009

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