Shows

Monica plays with a variety of artists from around the country, including Cherokee Maidens & Sycamore Swing. Her upcoming shows include…

Date Artist City Venue Country
09/23/18 Malcolm Holcombe and Jared Tyler, with Travis Fite opening! Cimarron Breeze Concert series… Monica hosts this series Perkins, Oklahoma The Old Church, The Cimarron Breeze concert series United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $20-30. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 405-612-3183. Address: 750 N. Main. Venue phone: 405-612-3183. Buy Tickets
09/28/18 Travis Fite with Monica Taylor tulsa, ok Soul City United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: $10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1621 E 11th St,. Venue phone: 918-582-7685. Travis will be hosting his Reggae night with his fab band… and I’ll be lending some vocals! Ya mon~
10/04/18 The Cherokee Maidens & Sycamore Swing Oklahoma City, OK Blue Door United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: $20. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 2805 N. McKinley Avenue. Buy Tickets
10/05/18 Monica Taylor, Jared Tyler, & Travis Fite Muskogee, ok Roxy Theater United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 220 W. Okmulgee. Venue phone: (918) 684-6366.
10/06/18 The Cherokee Maidens & Sycamore Swing wichita, kansas Friends University Fine Arts United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $12/ 6. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Sebits Auditorium in Riney Fine Arts Center 2100 W University Ave. Venue phone: 316-295-5677. The Friends University Jazz Department will present a Jazz Swings Western Style concert Saturday, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Sebits Auditorium. The Cherokee Maidens with Sycamore Swing will be the special guests for the show taking place over Homecoming weekend. After an opening set with the guest group, the Friends University Jazz Vocal Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble I will give their jazz-inspired interpretations of tunes by Johnny Cash, Glen Campbell and others. “All the performers will be wearing western apparel,” said Lisa Hittle, director of jazz. “Audience members are encouraged to join in the fun and wear western clothing as well.” Ticket prices are $12 for adults and $6 for students and seniors. The performance will take place in Sebits Auditorium in Riney Fine Arts Center on the Friends University campus at 2100 W. University Ave., Wichita, Kan. For more information on this event or other Fine Arts events, please contact the Fine Arts Box Office at 316-295-5677 or finearts@friends.edu.
10/08/18 Monica Taylor, Jared Tyler, & Travis Fite…also, Kalyn Faye Barnoski Tulsa, OK The Guthrie Green United States
Time: 4:00pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: The Brady Arts District in Tulsa, Oklahoma at 111 East M.B. Brady Street. We are all proud to be paying tribute in song to our Native American heritage on this NATIVE AMERICAN DAY celebration at The Guthrie Green- right across from the Woody Guthrie Museum in the Brady District… Tulsa, OK The Cherokee Nation Childrens choir will be singing after us at about 5:45 and then the wonderful short film Nanyehi: Beloved Woman of the Cherokee…written by Oklahoma’s own Becky Hobbs & Nick Sweet that has won many awards at film festivals all across the country this year… AND our own Travis Fite is the lead male role of Dragging Canoe! What a great celebration – ya’ll come on out, bring a lawn chair, picnic or get food there at The Guthrie Green!
10/13/18 Monica joins fellow Red Dirt songwriters; Greg Jacobs, Randy Pease, and Gene Williams Oklahoma City, OK Blue Door United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: $20. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 2805 N. McKinley Avenue. Ill be joining my three dear friends and longtime Red Dirt brothers… I’m very excited to share my songs with them again and to hear their songs that I loved for two decades! Buy Tickets
10/14/18 Monica, Jared Tyler, Chris Lee Becker, Gabe Marshal from The Damn Quails, and Beau Roberson of Pilgrim Tulsa, ok Burn Co. BBQ… hosting the Gospel Brunch with Jared United States
Time: 12:00pm. Admission: $20… up to $500. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 9186846366. Address: 18th & Boston. Venue phone: 9186846366. TOM SKINNER’S SKYLINE RADIO music festival benefitting the Red Dirt Relief fun that helps Oklahoma working musicians in times of crisis. Start the fest off right with a VIP Brunch at Burn Co Barbecue. Enjoy their from-scratch brunch buffet, Bloody Mary’s, bubbly & beautiful music from Monica Taylor, Jared Tyler Frederick, Gabe Marshall of The Damn Quails, Chris Lee Becker & Beau Roberson of Pilgrim. Ticket includes fest admission! Sunday, October 14th from 12-2pm 18th & Boston All Ages (12 & under are $20 at the door with a ticketed adult) More information
10/15/18 Monica joins fellow Red Dirt songwriters; Greg Jacobs, Randy Pease, and Gene Williams Perkins, Oklahoma The Old Church, The Cimarron Breeze concert series United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $20-35. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 405-612-3183. Address: 750 N. Main. Venue phone: 405-612-3183. ANother night to share songs with them legendary Red Dirt Oklahoma songwriters… and three of my dear friends… in addition, Uncle Don Morris will be joining us! Buy Tickets More information
10/16/18 Monica joins fellow Red Dirt songwriters; Greg Jacobs, Randy Pease, and Gene Williams Tulsa, ok The Woody Guthrie Museum United States
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $20. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 102 E Brady St. Venue phone: (918) 574-2710. Hear three masters of Oklahoma roots music when Greg Jacobs, Monica Taylor and Randy Pease take the stage at the Woody Guthrie Center Theater. The show is set for 7 p.m. Oct. 16, with tickets $20 in advance. More about Greg Jacobs As part of a group of “red dirt” musicians who migrated to Stillwater in the late 1970’s – a rag-tag outfit that includes Jimmy LaFave, Tom Skinner, Bob Childers and the Red Dirt Rangers – Checotah singer/songwriter Greg Jacobs helped set the standard for great Okie songwriting. His landmark CD, “Reclining With Age” brought Jacobs to an audience far beyond his Oklahoma home, and his new recording, “Lucky Live,” a mostly best-of live collection, promises to be his most successful collection. “Lucky Live” features Travis Linville, John Fullbright and Terry Buffalo Ware assisting Jacobs on most of his best known songs including “Farmer’s Luck” “A Little Rain Will Do” “Okie Wind” “Enjoy The Ride” “I’m Not Afraid Of The Blues” and Patient Man,” as well as newer songs “C Chord” “From Here To Tulsa” and “Eyes Of A Child.” Some call Jacobs the red dirt crooner because of his easy goin’ style, and that just might be right. He is the smoothest of all the red dirt troubadours, laying down a solid Okie groove, on songs that are both historic and personal. While big-time success by way of Nashville isn’t in the cards for Jacobs, he remains one of the more original of all singer/songwriters working in America today and more than most delivers on the promise of Woody Guthrie, who said ‘ all you can do is write what you see’. “I decided a while ago that I wasn’t going to be a songwriter like they think of them in Nashville. Even though I did at one time really want that—I went to Nashville looking for it—I finally got to the point where I just said I am going to play my songs the way I like them and if someone likes them, fine.” Well it seems a lot of folks like them and with the release of “Lucky Live” listeners will be able to hear Greg as he is on any given night, up close and personal with a few stories and admissions to tell. Recent cuts by Cody Canada & the Departed ( A Little Rain Will Do) and Jason Boland (Farmers Luck) have brought Jacobs songs to a whole new audience and his recent appearance at the Red Bull Songwriter festival further impressed the mostly youthful crowd. Greg Jacobs is back in the conversation, back at the forefront of Oklahoma singer/songwriters.

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