Tulsa World Article - Jason Boland & the Stragglers to host charity concert with music of Don Willia13Sep, 2009
Jason Boland and a star-studded roster of musicians will perform classic Don Williams tunes, including "Tulsa Time."
Courtesy of Tulsa World
By Staff Reports
Published: 8/25/2009 11:27 AM
Last Modified: 8/25/2009 3:13 PM
Red Dirt music icon and Okie Jason Boland announced today that he and his band, The Stragglers, will host a star-studded night of music for charity.
The concert will be 7 p.m. Sept. 23 at Cain's Ballroom and will feature special guests Stoney LaRue, Mike McClure, Jackson Taylor, Red Dirt Rangers, Brandon Jenkins, Wade Bowen, Cory Morrow and Jarrod Birmingham.
The alt-country musicians will perform classic Don Williams songs, including "Tulsa Time," "If Hollywood Don't Need You," "Lord I Hope This Day Is Good," “Love Is On A Roll," and many more, confirmed Chad Rodgers, Cain's Ballroom general manager.
The show is all ages. Tickets are on sale now at Cain’s Box Office, Reasor’s Grocery Stores, Starship Records, Ida Red, by phone (866) 977-6849, via tulsaworld.com/Cains and tulsaworld.com/ProTix.
Advance tickets start at $15 plus fees, and all proceeds will go to charity, said Rodgers.
For more information check out tulsaworld.com/TheStragglers.
Don Williams' songs have been recorded and performed many famous artists, including Eric Clapton, Lefty Frizzell, Alison Krauss, Charley Pride, Johnny Cash, Kenny Rogers, Alan Jackson, Waylon Jennings and even Pete Townshend.