“The Bobby Bones Show” auctioning signed guitars from Blake Shelton, Toby Keith, Carrie Underwood and more for Oklahoma tornado relief
After a devastating tornado tore through the city of Moore on Monday, Premiere Networks’ “The Bobby Bones Show” reached out to friends on Music Row for help. This week, country music’s biggest stars stopped by the program’s Nashville studios or called in to offer their support, perform songs to inspire listeners and donate personal items, concert tickets, signed memorabilia and more.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Wanda Jackson, a Maud native and longtime Oklahoma City resident, has been added to the already-impressive lineup for next week’s “Music4Moore” tornado benefit concert
The concert will be staged from 5 to 11 p.m. on Wednesday at the Chevy Bricktown Events Center, 429 E.
Miranda Lambert’s Mutt Nation Foundation assisting with pet rescues in the wake of Oklahoma tornadoes
Miranda Lambert’s Mutt Nation Foundation, the donation-supported organization working to end pet suffering and homelessness that the country music superstar founded with her mom, Bev, is aiding in pet rescue operations in the wake of this week’s devastating Oklahoma tornadoes.
North Shore Animal League America, in collaboration with the Bella Foundation and MuttNation Foundation, has deployed one of its Mobile Rescue Units to Moore to help the families and pets who have been affected by this tragedy, according to the league’s website.
Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Vince Gill to join Blake Shelton at “Healing in the Heartland” Oklahoma tornado benefit
Ada native Blake Shelton has assembled an all-star team of fellow Oklahoma country music stars to join his telethon “Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert.”
His Grammy Award-winning wife and fellow Tishomingo resident Miranda Lambert, as well as Oklahoma natives and Country Music Hall of Famers Reba McEntire and Vince Gill will perform alongside Shelton at the benefit show.
EDMOND – The Edmond Jazz and Blues Festival scheduled for this weekend at Stephenson Park has been canceled due to the weather events in the state this week, reports The Oklahoman‘s Sarah Hussain.
Festival spokesman Jason Gilliam told Sarah that because of the forecast for potentially dangerous weather this weekend, and out of respect for the families that have lost so much in the wake of this week’s deadly tornadoes, organizers decided to postpone the festival.
Here are the Best Bets for entertainment in Oklahoma this holiday weekend, as listed in Friday’s Weekend Look section of The Oklahoman. For more events, go to www.wimgo.com:
1. Hear indie folk/pop band Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk at 8 p.m.