Produced by local music legend Leon Rollerson, the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame’s free, Juneteenth concert is the place to be to celebrate jazz music and black history.more
Sandy & Chuck Gardner Playin' Favorites
Celebrating 35 years of performing together around the country. Colorado Springs, San Antonio, Las Vegas, Cincinnati, New Jersey, Tulsa, and more!more
From The Hart
While on their day off from appearing at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, cast members of "The Lion King" will offer a jazz concert featuring selections from famed composers like Cole Porter, George and Ira Gershwin, and Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. The evening is presented by the Helping Hands Campaign, which will offer opportunities for autographed merchandise and memorabilia. Proceeds benefit the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless.more
Tedder's Going-Away Extravaganza!
Jazzman Ryan “Chips” Tedder’s Going-Away Extravaganza, with performances by Citizen Mundi, Mexican Cartel, Ghost Quartet and Guardant.more
Blues, Brews, and BBQ
Three art forms to which Oklahoma has made significant contributions—jazz, blues and barbecue—will come together Saturday, July 3rd, when the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame hosts "Blues, Brews & BBQ" at the Jazz Depot, 111 East First Street.more
Dara Tucker Live in Concert
Dara Tucker's original songs fuse her gospel roots with jazz subtlety and free spirit, while paying homage to American Folk music. Her style, while difficult to pigeonhole, can best be described as Urban Singer-Songwriter.more
Cow Bop: The Best in Cowboy Jazz
Mix swingin’ grooves, thrilling riffs, sweet and hot vocals, western sensibilities and tons of fun and you have only begun to describe Cow Bop, the best in cowboy jazz.more
Jam Session at the Depot
Check out Depot Jams every Tuesday @ 5:30PM!more
Live Music during Lunch
@ 11:30 at the Jazz Depot.more
Native Oklahoman Maxine Weldon was reared in Bakersfield, California, where she developed an early liking for country music but heeded her parents and took up nursing professionally. Love took her to Honolulu, where she abruptly decided to become a singer and began auditioning in clubs. She was eventually successful enough at this to give up nursing and perform full time.
Quite a while ago—Mike Moore isn’t sure exactly when—plans were floated for a band composed entirely of father and son musicians to play a show for the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. That idea sounded great to Moore and his son David, both of whom are highly regarded trumpeters.
“We heard about it, and we were excited about it,” Mike recalls. Given the logical opportunity of Father’s Day this year, Mike and David thought it would be good to resurrect the family-band notion, and front a Jazz Depot show.... read more