Photo courtesy Red Dirt Nation.
Photo courtesy Red Dirt Nation.

Friday, Jan. 30  

Known as notable contributors to the “Red Dirt,” sound, blending country and rock, Oklahoma natives Randy Crouch, Tom Skinner and Chuck Dunlap will be making a stop in Tulsa on their rare, four city Pioneers of Red Dirt tour. The “Red Dirt” sound is named after the color of the soil found in Oklahoma, specifically centered in Stillwater, although a separate subgenre out of Texas exists as well. Featuring one of the “World’s Greatest” rock n’ roll fiddlers, Crouch; one of the most widely recognized founders of the “Red Dirt” genre, Skinner; and the well-known, Stillwater acoustic singer/songwriter, Dunlap, this group of men will come together to deliver a one-of-a-kind Oklahoma experience. Performing at the Vanguard Music Hall, 222 North Main St., in downtown Tulsa, don’t miss these three pioneers, of a popular genre, on Friday, Jan. 30. The show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets range from $5-$10. For more information, visit

Contributing writer Zoe Roberts.

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