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I got to walk around the outside since I couldn't get in. It was locked up and janitor cleaning before 4 on a Wednesday afternoon. Beautiful art deco train depot building. Pigeons liked it. Will try again sometime.
We stopped in on a spontaneous whim and we were treated to a private practice session from a couple of the frequent artists, Joe and Ava. They talked to us about the love and passion the musicians have for radiotherapy and this place and welcomed...More
This is one of Tulsa's best gems.! Here, you can enjoy some of the BEST Blues and Jazz from local and national musicians. One evening a week, there is no charge to listen to local musicians who come to play with each other.
Went there on a Wednesday night for Eicher Wednesday night. The music was more in the gospel space but was very interesting. The room is pretty small so you are close to the players. Cost $10 a person.
The musicians were friendly and talking to...More
The Tulsa Union Depot station has been the home location of the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame since 2009; it is now known as the Jazz Depot. The Hall of Fame (HOF) annually honors jazz, blues, and gospel state musicians by holding an annual induction...More
I went on a Tuesday night, and would urge you to do the same if at all possible. Why? Well, they have a free Jazz Jam Session on Tuesday nights which is sort of fun featuring both young and old Tulsa based jazz musicians. The...More
On Tuesday nights they have live jazz jam sessions open to the public, followed by live blues. The event is free and attracts some amazing musicians. My husband and teenage son visited the museum during the day, and brought us all back for the live...More
This is one of the places in the city that I have been fortunate enough to be both performer and spectator. My son loves the different pieces of art, and I have donated a lot of vintage records and victrolas in his name to the...More