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OKM MUSIC: Under the Stars

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — Watching the stars shine and listening to music legends and rising stars at OKM’s Under the Stars at Woolaroc (1925 Woolaroc Ranch Rd, Bartlesville, OK 74003) on Friday, June 9 at 5:00 p.m. will make you “proud to be an American”. Performances by Jecelle Dobson, Buffalo Rome: The Music of Laurel Canyon, and Country legend, Lee Greenwood. There will also be delicious food, kid’s games, and fireworks. 

Jecelle Dobson is OKM’s youth spotlight at this year’s Woolaroc concert. Jecelle Dobson is an 18 year old singer, pianist, and violinist from Bartlesville, Oklahoma. She has performed pop music, musical theatre, country, classical, and even opera. Jecelle performed with the OkMEA All-state chorus and throughout Bartlesville for restaurants, festivals, and more. She recently graduated from Bartlesville High School and plans to pursue vocal performance and violin performance at Oklahoma State University in the fall semester.     

Buffalo Rome blends the earthy feel reminiscent of the 1970’s west coast country rock scene with today’s modern country bringing a vinyl vibe to the digital age. In The Music of Laurel Canyon, Buffalo Rome celebrates one of the most sacred musical places of the '60s and early '70s. Buffalo Rome has appeared with such luminaries as Kenny Loggins, Montgomery Gentry, Little Big Town, Three Doors down and even Ray Walker from The Jordaniares. They toured China backed by the 88-piece China Philharmonic Orchestra and the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, playing to hundreds of thousands of fans. They have appeared on the Great America Country network, played at The Country Music Hall of Fame and even been featured on “Muscle Shoals to Music Row” where southern rock got its start. Buffalo Rome unique sound has been praised by audiences across the Unites States.


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