Kyle Dillingham and Horseshoe Road
Tuesday, September 24, 2013, 7:00 P.M.
Ken Burns and I travel all over the United States. After hearing your performance, we turned to each other and agreed that we had witnessed something amazing." ~ Paul Kerger, President of PBS
Get ready for a high energy, uplifting musical experience that blends captivating virtuosity and heartfelt sincerity. With an eclectic musical style ranging from Blues to Bluegrass, Gypsy Jazz to Western Swing, Country, Rock and Gospel, Horseshoe Road blends them into an earthy genre of music they call, Heartland Acoustic. Full of surprises, the group's passion for music can be seen in their performance.
Kyle was honored by Governor Brad Henry as a recipient of the 2009 Governor's Arts Award, acknowledging his life's work as a violinist, vocalist, musical ambassador for the state of Oklahoma and for his gift to connect with people throughout the world.
Kyle is one of Oklahoma Magazine’s 40 under 40; an elite list of select young Oklahomans making a difference in our state. He is also one of OKC Biz Magazine’s top 40 under 40 class. As a Creativity Ambassador, he performed as a part of the Creativity World Forum in November, 2010 and received a medal of honor, along with other Oklahoma greats such as Jimmy Webb, Leona Mitchell and Hanson.
To purchase tickets, visit the OCCC Office of Cultural Programs (1G1AMB); visit www.occc.edu/tickets or call the Cultural Arts Series Box Office at (405) 682-7579.
Artist Website: www.horseshoeroad.net