Events around Vox Pop Tulsa

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018
Sport

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018

Thursday 9:00am (15 March)
Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad, Saint Jo

Tulsa's Intergalactic Circus Showcase - Down the Rabbit Hole
Art

Tulsa's Intergalactic Circus Showcase - Down the Rabbit Hole

Saturday 7:00pm (30 December)
Venue Shrine, Tulsa

Red Dirt Rangers w/ BC & The Big Rig, Dylan Stewart at Shrine

Red Dirt Rangers w/ BC & The Big Rig, Dylan Stewart at Shrine

Friday 7:00pm (22 December)
Venue Shrine, Tulsa

Go Short, Go Long, Go Very Long
Fitness

Go Short, Go Long, Go Very Long

Saturday 8:00am (20 January)
River West Festival Park, Tulsa

DatuRΛ at Tokyo in Tulsa 2018
Music

DatuRΛ at Tokyo in Tulsa 2018

Friday 7:00pm (13 July)
Tokyo in Tulsa, Tulsa

Chad Prather - Star Spangled Banter Comedy Tour!
Comedy

Chad Prather - Star Spangled Banter Comedy Tour!

Saturday 8:00pm (30 December)
Cox Business Center Tulsa, Tulsa

Vaudeville Jug Band Folk Concert
Music

Vaudeville Jug Band Folk Concert

Thursday 12:00pm (07 June)
Central Library, Tulsa

Vaudeville Jug Band Folk Concert
Music

Vaudeville Jug Band Folk Concert

Monday 12:00pm (04 June)
Central Library, Tulsa


Annie Oakley House Concert with special guest

Annie Oakley House Concert with special guest


When?

Start time: Saturday 7:00pm (18 November)
End time: Saturday 10:00pm (18 November)

Where?

Vox Pop Tulsa
18th and Cheyenne, Tulsa
Music

About

Join us for an evening of Americana music from up-and-coming OKC-based trio Annie Oakley. Secure your spot today by following the link above and making a $15 donation. Please comment "Annie Oakley" in the PayPal screen to ensure your seats are reserved for the proper event! For more on Annie Oakley, continue reading.

Annie Oakley is an Oklahoma City-based Americana band fronted by twin sisters Sophia and Grace. Their flawless vocal harmonies and sharply observant lyrics led to Rising Star and Oklahoma's Choice: Best Band awards in 2016 and coveted official showcases at Southwest Regional Folk Alliance (SWRFA) in 2016 and at Folk Alliance International 2017.

Singing together since childhood, Sophia and Grace picked up guitars and started songwriting after their father’s suicide compelled them to find an emotional outlet. A year later, they were joined by their friend Nia Personette on violin, herself no stranger to loss—she, too, had lost her father shortly before joining the band. Since the band's formation, musical instrumentation and emotive lyrics have been at the forefront of their performances.

The group released a first self-produced and -recorded EP, Annie Oakley, in 2013. Since then, they’ve honed their songwriting and performance skills at venues and festivals every weekend throughout high school and college. They released their first studio album, Thought of You a God, in September 2015. Their second studio EP, Lunar Manor Sessions, was released in March 2017.