Make a decision today to live…

Going through the motions and just existing in life is dangerous! First of all the the road of "existence " is the most crowded and if you haven't figured it out yet whatever the "crowd" is doing in usually incorrect. Part of truly living is having the ability to make decisions, which is becoming scarce …

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Priorities

You wake up in the morning, groggy, yet determined to make it happen, ready to chase your dream! (not the one you're still trying to wake up from) You've got things to do and by golly, once you can get your eyes to focus, you're gonna get them done! Everyday we're right there with you, …

“Music That Counts 2+2+4” Presented By TulsaJazz.Com Sunday August 27, 2017 at the Guthrie Green!

Top local artists play their favorites at the Guthrie Green! This concert is an opportunity for you to see some of your favorite local artists in a totally different light. The event has a very unique format consisting of 2 Duo’s and one 4-piece band, hence the name “Music That Counts 2+2+4”! These incredibly talented people …

2017 Tunes at Tapestry Summer Series Ends On A High Note!

What a fantastic way to spend a summer! Tunes at Tapestry is a bi-monthly concert series at Tapestry at Woodland Hills, a 55+ residential community, that showcased some of Tulsa's finest Jazz artists like Cynthia Simmons, Booker Gillespie, Scott McQuade, Matt Hayes, and many more! Closing out the series for us was the Stephen Tracy …

A little motivation…to relax

I know it's only Thursday night however it's never too early to start the weekend! Live, relax, and enjoy every moment, you only get this weekend one time in your life...make it count! 🙂  

“Tunes at Tapestry” Summer Series Featuring The Stephen Tracy Duo August 17th, 2017 Tapestry at Woodland Hills!

This is the last Tunes at Tapestry Concert for the summer and it has been an honor and a pleasure to produce these shows. The staff there have been incredible to work with and the residents have been a joy to present to. We would love to be able to do this again next summer …