March 16-Special 10 Yr Anniversary Songwriters in the Round! Couple Ticket


10 year anniversary celebration featuring Chuck Dunlap, Joe Baxter, & Wink Burcham.
Special Couples price – $45 in advance, $50 at the door
Potluck dinner at 6pm, show at 7pm

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In order to really celebrate 10 years of music in the Old Church, we have added a show for Thursday night March 16… A prelude to the John Fullbright weekend extravaganza March 17 and 18th!
Chuck Dunlap, Joe Baxter, & Wink Burcham
Three of our favorite songwriters who have put on incredible performances at The Old Church will be rendering original tunes for us in the old-fashioned way… Swapping songs with each other on stage! With a fourth chair added for special songwriters who are in the audience to join in a round.
Wink Burcham – heartfelt songcraft, witty lyrics, old-fashioned country, grass-roots folk, and piedmont-style blues   One of mine and Travis’ longtime friends who continues to write songs and perform incredible piedmont style guitar!  Wink’s performances at the church have been wonderful!
Joe Baxter – A long-suffering, little-known, hometown, pre-Americana, redneck, short-haired, red-faced, irreverent, irresponsible, quirkily well-read, bombastic yet insightful, mouth-breathing, loud-laughing, dog-loving, nap-taking, no-workin’, fish-catching, backroad-driving, liberal, Okie songwriter.
Chuck Dunlap – truly an Okie. After decades of living and playing on the West coast, he has permanently moved back to his birthplace, Oklahoma. He started playing in Stillwater in 1973 and hasn’t looked back. “I wanted to go back to my roots, to the beginning of the madness called music and leave it here in Oklahoma”.  He has opened for Emmy Lou Harris, Leo Kottke, Johnny Lee Hooker, Levon Helm, Muddy Waters, Leon Redbone, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Earl Scruggs. Chuck was also nominated for the 2019 Tulsa Music Awards Best Album of the Year for his album “Full Circle”. “I want to keep the good memories and keep track of friends and keep waking up and be the best that I am.” Chuck Dunlap sings.
Potluck dinner at 6pm, show at 7pm
Tickets are $25 each or $45 for a couple.