TULSA, Okla. June 29, 2020 – The Mercury Lounge Tulsa is excited to announce the Vibrations From Tulsa album release show July 31st. This show will feature four bands from the 17-track compilation that was released by Horton Records on May 1, 2020. The lineup includes Carlton Hesston, The Shelter People, The Dull Drums, and Golder Ones and will be a limited capacity event. Doors at 7PM. Show at 8PM. Don’t miss this opportunity to see these bands from one of Tulsa’s hottest album releases of 2020. Tickets on sale now. https://www.mercuryloungetulsa.com/shows
WHAT: “Vibrations From Tulsa Album Release Show” – live concert with Golden Ones, The Dull Drums, The Shelter People, and Carlton Hesston
WHEN: Fri. July 31, 7 PM CT
WHERE: Mercury Lounge Tulsa. 1747 S. Boston Ave, Tulsa, Ok 74119
Vibrations From Tulsa is a 17-track compilation by established and emerging bands from the Tulsa music scene and features genres ranging from garage and psych rock to metal and punk. Brian Horton, President of the Tulsa-based nonprofit record label, Horton Records had this to say about the album: "We've been wanting to do a compilation like this for quite a while, but because there are so many great artists in Oklahoma releasing full albums who need help, we haven't always had enough funding to assist everyone,” says Horton. “We pushed this project up the priority list for 2020 and felt that it was time to get it done. We did our best to include as many different artists as possible. Nearly every song on the album is a new, unreleased track. The album art and layout are a collaboration between Dylan Aycock, Phil Clarkin, and Steve Hammons. The recordings were done at a variety of different studios in the area, and we've included lengthy credits for every song to fully recognize all of the fantastic resources around here that make it possible to record music."
Get Vibrations From Tulsa Here: https://hortonrecords.bandcamp.com/album/vibrations-from-tulsa
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Horton Records is a volunteer-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) Tulsa music organization. Its mission is to provide services that develop and support musicians in the Tulsa area, while fostering community with other creative partners and building on the rich musical heritage in the region. Horton Records organizes and promotes showcase events, provides booking services and management support to artists, supplies business and financial support for recording and distributing music worldwide, and supports educational efforts for all ages. This mission directly aligns with city and state efforts to enhance the image of Tulsa and the surrounding area as a creative hub and music destination that attracts and retains visitors, as well as current and future residents. Horton Records has officially released more than 80 titles from Oklahoma artists and distributed more than 100,000 physical units worldwide. Each year, it books more than 100 shows on behalf of Oklahoma artists, free of charge, with approximately $50,000 annually being paid directly to musicians. For more information, visit www.hortonrecords.org.