Oklahoma Performing Artist Roster
Folk, Western & Bluegrass
The Performing Artist Roster is a resource list of Oklahoma performing artists who have been vetted by the Oklahoma Arts Council and are available to perform in communities around the state. Artists on the roster include some of the state’s finest soloists, orchestras, and ensembles in music, theatre and dance. Styles range from classical to contemporary to experimental.
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Artists Christina Audas and Armando Rivera - the duo Alegria Real, entertains, educates, and embraces audiences of all ages with eclectic and captivating sounds.
Arabesque is a musical duo that performs a mixture of Celtic, Arabic, Judeo-Spanish, Turkish and other world folk traditions.
Paul Belanger: The Old Man of the Mountain
National and International yodeling champion.
The Bonham Revue
The Bonham Revue is carrying on a family tradition now for over 38 years in bluegrass entertainment.
Their music is an ever-evolving mixture of traditional blues, ballads and gospel songs, combined with surprising originals and impeccably chosen covers.
Call of the West
Exquisite harmonies, top-notch musicianship, and on-stage fun add spice to lively western tunes, country standards, cowboy poetry, western swing favorites and originals when Call of the West entertains.
Casey and Minna
Casey Friedman is the friendly-faced everyman on rhythm guitar, and Minna Biggs is the petite, down-to-earth princess on fiddle. The acoustic duo that can meet the needs of a wide range of venues and audiences.
K.C. Clifford is a three-time Woody Guthrie Award-winning folk singer-songwriter from Oklahoma City known for her powerful voice, stage presence and courageous lyrical style.
DocFell & Co.
Embracing songwriting and Americana roots, DocFell & Co. officially formed in 2011.
Jim Garling is a cowboy and traditional western entertainer with an easygoing manner that makes him perfectly suited to the genre.
Les Gilliam: The Oklahoma Balladeer
Les Gilliam is the official "Oklahoma Balladeer", so designated by the Oklahoma State Legislature in 1998. He is a native of Gene Autry, OK and is a singer, songwriter and recording artist.
J.C. High Eagle
Country Music Performance: Country music performed live in traditional country style with karaoke tracks. Great for easy listening or dancing two-step.
With eclectic music styles ranging from Blues to Bluegrass?Gypsy Jazz to Western Swing?Country, Rock, Gospel, and everything in between, the band's offerings are sure to please a wide range of people from three to one hundred three.
Jana Jae, versatile violinist/fiddler, blends country fiddling with western swing, bluegrass and the classics.
Mountain Smoke is original, unpredictable, and their audiences are as varied as the music they will encounter. Built with elements of country and folk, the power of newgrass, and the sweet flow of mountain ballads, the music is timeless.
Gary S. Pratt
A working ranch cowboy and western recording artist, Gary Pratt has been a resident of Oklahoma since 1975 and has called Davis home for the past ten years.
Red Dirt Rangers
The band helped create what is now called "Red Dirt Music", that elusive blend of country, rock and roll, blues and bluegrass along with a big helping of Oklahoma soul.
A versatile artist with decades of performance experience, Janet Rutland offers a diverse repertoire consisting of vintage jazz, pop, and country music.
Travis Kidd is an award winning singer/songwriter from the Tulsa, Oklahoma area, influenced by the sound of the "southern rock" and "roots rock" movement of the 1970's.
The Tulsa Playboys are a band of seasoned Western Swing musicians that epitomize the genre. The members of the band have worked with: Johnnie Lee Wills, Hank Thompson, Leon McAuliffe, Leon Rausch, Tommy Alsup, The Texas Playboys, John T. Wills and Roy Clark.
Vintage Wildflowers are Abby Bozarth -fiddle, mandolin, guitar, harmony vocals; Dana Fitzgerald Maher- Celtic harp, harmony vocals; and, Audrey Schmidt- lead vocals, bass, guitar.
(Note: Performing Roster artists are not employees of the Oklahoma Arts Council)