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Red Dirt Rangers

Red Dirt Rangers

Americana Glencoe, OK  US


  • Fri

    Aug 28

    Tulsa, OK, US | 10:00pm
  • Thu

    Jul 30

    Lubbock, TX, US | 7:00pm

    Look up the meaning of Red Dirt Country in Wikipedia or many other sources and the band, Red Dirt Rangers will be prominent. They are basically founding members of the genre. Red Dirt music grew up in a specific place in a specific town. The town is Stillwater, home of Oklahoma State University. The place was a two-story, five-bedroom, funky old place called the Farm-for two decades the epicenter of what would come to be called the Red Dirt scene. The act that represents Red Dirt? You couldn’t do any better than the Red Dirt Rangers, who’ve been carrying the banner for Red Dirt music since the late 1980s. And years before the band existed, Ben Han, John Cooper, and Brad Piccolo became an integral part of the Farm’s musical brotherhood, trading songs and licks with the likes of Jimmy LaFave, Tom Skinner, and Bob Childers-and, later, with such white-hot acts as Cross Canadian Ragweed, Jason Boland and the Stragglers and Stoney LaRue. Randy Crouch's music has been a foundation for Oklahoma's Red Dirt music, having been one of the earliest musicians of Red Dirt's epicenter - The Farm - located in Stillwater, Oklahoma.[6] John Cooper, of the Red Dirt Rangers band, said that the camaraderie of the protests was central to the spirit that help form the Red Dirt movement. Crouch has been nominated for over twenty Oklahoma State Music Awards and in 2005 was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Awards Red Dirt Hall of Fame

  • 2014

    Jul 12

    Tulsa, OK, US | 8:00pm
  • 2014

    Jun 21

    Tulsa, OK, US | 10:00pm
  • 2014

    Jun 10

    Tulsa, OK, US | 6:00pm

    This is a benefit for our good friend Patrick Williams. His cancer has come back, and while he's in treatment he can't work. Patrick needs a little help with expenses, and his music friends are getting together at Elwood's to raise funds. There will be lots of musicians and plenty of fun! Join us for a great cause! In case of rain, the music will move next door to the Blue Rose.




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