October 17, 2020
Supported by And Then There Were Two. Tulsa Performing Arts Center presents “Arts in the Air,” a free performance series held on the Williams Green downtown. 8:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. The Blue Hues, new to the Tulsa music scene, is the creative project of Wyatt Hargrove and Caleb Daniels. Queen, The Beach Boys and The Cardigans are just a few of their musical influences. These groups, coupled with their fascination with programmable synth sounds, inspires the band to write eclectic and nuanced pop music. Their second studio album, Marble Games, is currently in production and is slated for a 2021 release.
And Then There Were Two is an original, multi-genre influenced, acoustic Americana/Red Dirt duo from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Their harmony based and lyrically driven music is familiar, danceable and boastscatchy storytelling, leaving the audience with an uplifted and feel-good vibe. Raised on different styles of music, Amy and Austin each bring a unique flare to the overall sound, bringing together an entertaining and memorable show from beginning to end.