Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame and Swon Brothers concert
They’re all winners.
The Mabee Center, seen here during a concert, will be inducted as a venue into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
Image courtesy of the Mabee Center.
Tuesday, Oct. 15
The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Class of 2013 is a distinguished one that includes singer-songwriter Jimmy Webb, guitarist and composer Mason Williams, international mezzo-soprano Barbara McAlister, contemporary Christian recording artist Sandi Patty, country singer Norma Jean, the Mabee Center, Western Swing steel guitarist the late Bob Dunn and Journey founder Neal Schon. Oklahoma truly is fertile ground for music achievement. See their induction into the honorable institution at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the Mabee Center, 7777 S. Lewis Ave., Tulsa. Also that night, the hall of fame will give the Swon Brothers, who gained acclaim and notice on NBC’s “The Voice” earlier this year, the Rising Star Award, while honoring the late Roger Davis, who was the hall of fame’s official portrait artist for many years, with the Governor’s Award. The night also includes a concert with the Swon Brothers of Muskogee. Tickets are $10-$175, available at www.mabeecenter.com.