Every Sunday, Join Dustin Pittsley & Dave White for a day of great blues music. (1:00PM)
Join us on Tuesdays as we celebrate the day of Blues Music that Steve Pryor instituted at Soul City... with a rotation of Kalo, Beau Roberson, Wink Burcham, Charles Tuberville & More! (7:00PM)
Don and Steve bring their great country blues to the Soul City stage every Wednesday along with the great Casey Van Beek! (7:00PM)
The sweet, jazzy sounds of The Begonias bring the music of Allison Kraus, Sinatra and other standards to the Soul City stage. (7:00PM)
Start the weekend right at Soul City with the incomparable sounds of Susan Herndon every Friday! (5:30PM)
Renown Tulsa Musicians Mark Bruner & Shelby Eicher build on an almost 30 year partnership right here at Soul City. (6:30PM)
Friday October 12th 9:00pm ($10)
The Grits bring an aura of the Tulsa/New Orleans/Memphis blues triangle smattered with funky old-new grooves and heavily spiced horn arrangements. From the piano, Christopher Foster leads the band including Tulsa To-Be Legends... Matt Teegarden, Jordan Hehl and an All-Star horn section featuring Matt Leland, Austin Stunkard and Zach "Elkhorn" Elkins. Prepare to free your feet and spirit to a ballsy, dynamic range of songwriting, arrangement and virtuous performance!
Saturday October 13th 9:00pm ($10)
Mark Gibson is a singer/songwriter from Tulsa, OK, who recently transplanted to Cincinnati, Ohio. Over the years, he's been in solo and band projects that contained a wide array of sounds and influences. After the release of his first solo album, "Beautifully Deconstructed," (2012) which still contained influences of bands like U2 and Coldplay, he decided it was time to define his own sound. Gibson's love for music began with the guitar, so it seemed like the right place to start.
Friday October 19th 9:00PM
Katy: A seasoned guitarist who picked up her first guitar at age 8 and began participating in blues jams around Kansas City at 14, Katy Guillen established the trio in 2012, when she was offered a support slot for blues supergroup Royal Southern Brotherhood. Being without a backing band, she enlisted the talents of Claire Adams and Stephanie Williams, forming an immediate chemistry that would push her songs to new heights.
Kalyn: Love's a full-time job.
Tulsa's Kalyn Fay collected that reminder while talking to a close friend about matters of the heart. "She was going through a rough patch (with her boyfriend), but the love was there and it was cool to see them work through it," she said. "I was thinking a lot on relationships with people, romantic and otherwise, and how every relationship you have, if it is good and true, takes work." That's where the Cherokee songwriter found inspiration for "Baby, Don't You Worry." The song also pulls from memories of watching her own parents work through emotional speed bumps.
Saturday October 20th 8:00pm
Anthony's first stop on his new tour supporting his brand new album Peace, Love & Loud Guitars, with guest Antry opening up the night. Presented by Indian Nations Blues Association.
The Toronto born singer/songwriter/guitarist, named 'One of the Top Ten Guitarists' in the world by Music Tasters Choice, has released 12 albums and performed concerts in 17 countries. Last November Gomes won 'Best Musician (Live Performance)' at the 37th Annual European Blues Awards. Anthony has opened for B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Robert Plant, Alice Cooper, Joe Bonamassa, Heart, Jonny Lang, Sammy Hagar, 38 Special, Robert Cray, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Gretchen Wilson.
Friday October 26th 6:00pm - Midnight
Free to Public - Costumes, Giveaways & More!
Soul City's 4th Annual Halloween Party is sure to be epic this year with our Rasta Raggae theme. The Stylees will be kicking off at 8:00pm!
The Stylees are Tulsa's premier reggae pasta funk band that will incapsulate you and draw you to the dance floor and leaving you wanting more! You will not want to miss this reggae inspired halloween event unlike any others in Tulsa!
Saturday October 27th 9:00pm ($10)
Jennifer Knapp has experienced enough chaos and turmoil in her life that she could write about it on every album. Instead, she made Love Comes Back Around, a collection of songs that focus on what really matters.
Produced by Viktor Krauss, Knapp’s latest features 10 compelling new tunes exploring love — but not the easy kind. These are love songs for grown-ups who have come a few miles. “It’s not just sex, it’s not just physical relationships,” Knapp says. “It’s hard work. It’s loss, it’s forgiveness, it’s a lot of things wrapped up in one.”
Friday November 2nd 9:00pm ($10)
“Fullbright synthesizes the best songcraft from his home state — [Jimmy] Webb, Leon Russell and, by default, Merle Haggard.… He’s got a tune called “Forgotten Flowers,” a thoughtful country lament, that Tom Waits and Randy Newman could fight over.”— Thomas Conner, Chicago Sun-Times
Saturday November 3rd 9:00pm ($10)
The ‘Queen of Oklahoma’ walks on the Wilder Side. Carter Sampson is an Okie-born singer/songwriter with a big voice. The Oklahoma City-based artist is blessed by a musical family legacy that includes talents like Roy Orbison. Her journey as a naturally independent, free-spirited musician has seemed almost predestined at times. At age 15 she began experimenting with sound as a way to pass the time; now her creativity has matured into the dedicated and passionate performance that makes her a favorite female vocalist.