The Centennial Rodeo Opry - November 18, 2017

The Centennial Rodeo Opry - November 18, 2017

Kelcie Pickard, Doc Holiday, OK3, Lauren Lee & Liberty Road

Sat, November 18, 2017

7:00 pm

Rodeo Opry

Oklahoma City, OK

Adults - $15.00

Children 7 -12 years - $7.50

Children 6 years & younger - FREE

 *Military discount available at box office with military ID

Owen Pickard
Owen Pickard
Owen Pickard makes a living doing the two things he truly
enjoys - music and entertaining. By working as the weekday
Mid-Day DJ on 93.3 JakeFM, he enjoys his favorite country
songs and entertains listeners during their work day. Through
his work with Oklahoma's Official Country Music Show,
the Rodeo Opry, Owen works as an MC and singer on their
Saturday night featured programs. He also contributes as a
host to the locally programmed daytime TV show, "Oklahoma
Live” on KSBI. Owen also holds the position as the Assistant
Program Director and Music Director for new country station
93.3 JakeFM.
Doc Holiday
Doc Holiday
Doc was raised in cowboy country in northern Arizona, surrounded by traditional classic country music and old "cowboy" songs. His biggest influences are Merle Haggard, Jim Reeves, Charley Pride, ad George Jones.

Doc started playing the guitar at an early age and had a chance to sit in with Waylon Jennings and Johnny Western. He has performed all over Oklahoma with various bands since 2009.

He now volunteers here at the Rodeo Opry and has been performing at the Rodeo Opry since 2011.
Oklahoma girls Makenna, Sierra, and Courtney make up a trio who call themselves OK3. After several years of performing alongside one another on local, regional, and national stages, they have joined forces as a pop trio who not only share the same love for music, but who have become like sisters!

All three teens have not only graced the Opry stage, but have also been recognized for their talents, earning top awards on a national level; Makenna is a 15yr old singer-songwriter known for her mature smoky voice with a love for oldies music; Sierra is a 16yr old singer-songwriter and actress with a velvet voice and unforgettable charm. Courtney is 18yr old high school graduate and singer-songwriter who rocks the stage with her powerful voice.

You can follow them on social media at the following-

Twitter/Instagram/snapchat @officialok3
Lauren Lee & Liberty Road
Lauren Lee & Liberty Road
Lauren Lee and Liberty Road are from Southeastern Oklahoma. Lauren began playing fiddle at 13 and started singing at 17. She always had a desire to learn fiddle after discovering Alison Krauss at a young age. She learned all of the basics on her own by ear and 3 years into her playing, her music took a turn of a lifetime. She was introduced to Herman Johnson of Shawnee, OK. Herman is a Master Fiddle...r who has won many competitions including National Championships. Lauren studied under Herman for four years and has continued to stay very busy pursuing her own music career with Liberty Road and also giving private lessons for fiddle and mandolin. Sawyer Lee is Lauren's younger brother. He started playing the guitar at age 11. After Lauren started learning more fiddle tunes, she needed a backup guitar player, so Sawyer stepped right up. His talent is completely raw with no formal training but has earned the respect of many and now quite often his peers are heard saying, “That’s Sawyer’s style, how does he do that?”. His current songwriting skills have shown his ability to cross genres and bring them together with a contemporary feel. Robbie Lee is the father of Lauren and Sawyer. He has always had talent in music by playing different instruments starting in high school. He eventually settled with the drums playing mostly Country and Western. After Lauren and Sawyer started learning more progressive styles in 2004, they decided Dad needed to learn the djembe. After receiving his first percussion *toy* for Father's Day, he quickly added more percussion instruments that now give the band its own style and the largest case to carry.

Their debut album, "Don't Look Back" was released July of 2006 on Four Count Records. Lauren and Sawyer lend their songwriting skills to 3 of the songs, while family friend and fellow songwriter Jerry Dilday contributed 4 songs including the title track. The rest of the songs are all traditional standards which Lauren and the guys have added their personal style to.

The new album, which is titled, “2nd Floor” was released in April 2009. The album was a project that spanned over 2 years since the completion of “Don’t Look Back”. Lauren and the band claim that “2nd Floor” has taken their music to the next level of growth and maturity they were striving to reach. Choosing music for the album was a difficult process because they knew they were growing tighter as a band and wanted material that would show just that. The end result was a very personal and intimate collection of material. Lauren wrote two instrumentals, which are totally focused around the fiddle. Lauren and Sawyer together wrote one instrumental that is a true definition of their personal style and ability to combine instruments in a unique way. Jerry Dilday is featured as a songwriter on 4 tracks while lending lead vocals on 2 of his songs. There are two songs on the album that were written by influential folksingers, Jimmy LaFave and Ellis Paul. Lauren and the band hope that the listeners will be led by the emotion and purity that flows through the entire album, from the very first opening chord to the very last note. The versatility in the styles of music that is played is something that the entire band strives for. So, with that passion, they strive to play music that will touch anyone of any age. The band is thrilled with the reception of their new work. Maverick Magazine/UK gave their CD an awesome review stating that it is “A highly polished pleasing and faultless second album” with a 4 out of 5 star rating.
Venue Information:
Rodeo Opry
2221 Exchange Ave
Oklahoma City, OK, 73108