Bandelier w/ Beau Jennings
Stockyards Central

Bandelier

Beau Jennings

$10.00
All Ages
Bandelier with Beau Jennings at Stockyards Central!

ABOUT BANDELIER:

Bandelier formed in the summer of 2010 in a warehouse in downtown Tulsa. Frontman Ryan Allen, originally hailing from Texas, spent a lifetime exploring the vast roots of American music eventually turning the pianist and composer into a full-fledged songwriter. Today, the band's music can be traced back to those same traditions with an even stronger sense of place, especially that of the American Southwest and of their own home state of Oklahoma which lies somewhere in between the great Wild West, the folkloric Midwestern Ozarks, and the deep country-fried South. Bandelier's songs are a reflection of where they are in the world, at the very center The Heartland, as they turn those old anthems into new cinematic soundscapes.

Bandelier independently released their debut album 'Landlines' and are currently in production of their sophomore effort. Be sure to listen closely, catch the band live, and follow their trail at bandeliermusic.com

ABOUT BEAU JENNINGS:

Beau Jennings is a musician, filmmaker, and former architect currently based in Oklahoma. Originally the front man and songwriter for the indie-rock/Americana band Cheyenne, he toured the U.S. while calling both Brooklyn and Austin home. Jennings' latest project is a documentary film and accompanying album entitled The Verdigris: In Search of Will Rogers, retracing Will Rogers' life journey from coast to coast and retelling his story through original songs. In 2015 the album was named “#1 Okie Album of 2015” by Literati Press, and in 2016 the film premiered on public television stations across the United States through American Public Television, eventually earning a nomination for a Heartland Emmy. In 2016 Jennings and his band The Tigers released the single ‘Back In Town’, which was listed as one of the best songs of the year by NPR Music. In 2017 Jennings won the international Woody Guthrie Folk Festival Songwriting Competition. Learn more at https://www.clerestoryav.com/

Venue Information:
Stockyards Central
2312 Exchange Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK