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Brian Payne w/ special guest Nature & Madness


Feb 22, 2019
05:00 PM until 11:45 AM


Nature & Madness is the contemplative indie-folk project of Ryan Pickop. Ryan's work is rooted in Americana, rooted in the Earth. Challenging without being confrontational, we are offered narratives vague enough to feel they could be about us, and specific enough to know they are intimate and real.

Singer/Songwriter, Brian Payne, has been writing and performing for over fifteen years.  From bands to a solo career he has branded his melodic and rhythmic style on stages all across the midwest.  He has been a top finalist in multiple singer/songwriter contests including The Telluride Bluegrass Festival and prestigious Planet Bluegrass Folks Festival.  He has shared the stage with the likes of Arlo Guthrie and Ellis Paul at the Woody Guthrie Folks Festival as well as recorded an album at the legendary Church Studio in Tulsa, Oklahoma produced by The Tractors front man Steve Ripley.  In 2014 BP’s self titled EP was released entering him into a world of local gigs and midwest touring as well as online demand from across the world.  Living in both Oklahoma and Colorado he has made quite a name for himself among the local acts.

Elvis Cow: Our pal, Elvis Cow, will be posted up and selling original art from 5:00-9:00. Designer of our beloved witch logo, come see his unruly lines and unconventional shapes and mediums. 

$4 beer served ALL DAY! 




Heirloom Rustic Ales
Tulsa, OK

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