Brian Horton, president of non-profit label Horton Records, announced that Horton Records is collaborating with Tulsa’s Juicemaker Lounge beginning Feb. 26 for a monthly “In the Blender” music series featuring local talent.
The series will feature a diverse lineup of musical artists from Tulsa at the Juicemaker Lounge on the last Saturday of each month through June. Artists will include Paul Benjaman (February 26); blind oath, stinking mass and constant peril (March 26); Seth Lee Jones (April 30); Golden Ones, Morningstar and Groucho (May 28); and the Chris Combs Trio with Mike Dee (June 25).
Admission will be $10 at the door.
Juicemaker Lounge, 3508 S. Sheridan, is co-owned by Tulsa musician Tori Ruffin, longtime guitarist for Prince Morris’ protege Day & the Time and founder of local rock-funk-hip-hop band Freak Juice. Encouraging fans to “step into the blender”, Juicemaker Lounge seeks to introduce audiences to a wide range of local, regional and national talent, while creating a welcoming space for Tulsans of all backgrounds.
“We are thrilled to partner with Tori Ruffin and the Juicemaker Lounge on this series,” Horton said in a press release announcing the company. “Tori and Horton Records are all about music and community. We think it’s the perfect way to grow our local music scene and bring all kinds of people together.