Rodeo Opry on 99.7 Hank FM

Recorded 1/05/2019

Rodeo Opry on 99.7 Hank FM

Darlin Darla, Philip Bauer as Johnny Cash, Dustin Jones, Wyatt Gregory, Catfish Baird, Isabelle Smith, Ariel Faith

Sun, January 20, 2019

6:00 pm (event ends at 8:00 pm)

Rodeo Opry

Oklahoma City, OK

Every Sunday evening 6-8PM, tune in to 99.7 Hank FM or stream crankhank.com to hear Oklahoma's Official Country Music Show recorded live in the historic Stockyards City district of OKC.

Rodeo Opry on 99.7 Hank FM
Rodeo Opry on 99.7 Hank FM
Every Sunday evening 6-8PM, tune in to 99.7 Hank FM or stream crankhank.com to hear Oklahoma's Official Country Music Show recorded live in the historic Stockyards City district of OKC.
Darlin Darla
Darlin Darla
Darla Morgan is a singer/songwriter born and raised in Oklahoma City. She started her caree in gospel music traveling throughout Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri as a soloist in Southern Baptist Churches. Darla has been nominated Outstanding Young Woman of Oklahoma; she has numerous awards from the Opry.

She has performed in Branson, MO five years and now makes her home here in Oklahoma City where she is a regular at the Rodeo Opry. she is a graduate of Southeast High School and the mother of two grown sons.
Philip Bauer as Johnny Cash
Philip Bauer as Johnny Cash
Entertaining people is all Philip Bauer ever wanted to do! His dynamic stage presence, quality and impressive vocal range has been thrilling audiences for many years.

Philip started his musical path in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he started thrilling audiences with his quality performances and competing in and winning many talent contests.

In 1985 Philip won the Minnesota State Fair talent contest, 1st place from a field of over 800 contestants. His performance got attention and landed him his first contract to perform with a 40 piece orchestra every night of the 1986 State Fair.

Philip sang with various cover bands through-out the nineties.

In 1996 Philip auditioned and was immediately asked to perform on the "Charlie Daniels Talent Round Up" on TNN.

In 1997 at Johnnie Highs Country Music Revue, Philip left the stage with a Standing Ovation as the warm up act for superstar Leann Rimes.

A songwriter in his own right, Philip has had his own original music played on over 300 radio stations across Europe. Selective Records out of Nashville marketed his songs to the European market. Listeners and station managers all across Europe faxed enthusiastic reviews to the Nashville label.

In 1998 Philip moved to Branson where he performed to capacity crowds at the Hard Luck Diner. Philip received a standing ovation for his guest appearance on the "Down Home Country Show"

Philips reputation for quality entertainment landed him a job performing for the dinner passengers aboard the beautiful Lake Queen Dinner Cruise. Philip also was asked to perform on the "Live Late Nite Radio Show" at the Grand Country Theatre.

Philip also was a honored member of the "Oklahoma Opry" from 1995-2000. In that time he won many awards including "Male Vocalist Of The Year"and "Entertainer Of The Year".

In 2005, Philip was chosen to perform at the 10 year Memorial Concert to remember the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing. Philip performed to a capacity crowd of 16,000 people with Country Superstars such as Vince Gill, Joe Diffie, and Toby Keith.

Philip currently travels across the United States,Canada,and Mexico performing The Legend of Johnny Cash Show to sold out audiences in theatres,casinos,fairs and festivals.
Philip recently completed a 16 city tour of Australia..The response from the audiences was so enthusiastic that he has been asked to come back "down under" for a 20 city tour.
Dustin Jones
Dustin Jones
Dustin Jones is an Oklahoma-based musician, songwriter, singer and producer. In 1996, while at Oklahoma City University, Dustin worked for musical impresario Jim Halsey. During his time with Jim, Dustin worked on the TNN television show "The Oak Ridge Boys - Live from Las Vegas." In 1996 and 1997, Dustin was a judge for the Billboard World Song Contest and produced the Billboard Song Contest Winners CD in 1997.

Dustin has produced audio for several TV projects including work for the BBC, Ackerman McQueen and local TV broadcasts. As a producer, Dustin has recorded 100+ music projects for local and up-and-coming artists.

Dustin was a founding member of the Oklahoma-based band Horseshoe Road. In 2006, Horseshoe Road traveled to Japan and Thailand on a 10 city tour to celebrate Oklahoma's Centennial. The Asian tour was filmed for a documentary by the Oklahoma Centennial Commission. In 2007, Horseshoe Road was presented a Governor's Citation for their contribution to Oklahoma music.

In 2008, Dustin joined the Opry Heritage Foundation of Oklahoma as Artistic Coordinator and from 2009-2011 was the Rodeo Opry Program Director overseeing Artistic Development and booking Oklahoma's Official Country Music Show.
Wyatt Gregory
Wyatt Gregory
Wyatt is a 19 year old pre-pharmacy student attending Southwestern Oklahoma State University. Wyatt picked up the guitar at the age of 13.He took three lessons and never put it down again. In between football, basketball and golf practice during high school he taught himself to play and started singing.

He joined a band in southwest oklahoma, Southern Justice and started playing and Performing at small parties & venues and local festivals.He was also on the worship team for SWOSU Chi Alpha Campus Ministry. He is currently playing lead guitar in the Casey Abbe Band.

When not playing music Wyatt enjoys spending time with family, fishing and hunting.
Catfish Baird
Catfish Baird
Catfish Baird is an 11 year old boy who started his singing career at the age of 4, singing the National Anthem at a local rodeo in his area. At the age of 9, he began singing at various venues, as well as beginning to write his own songs.
Isabelle Smith
Isabelle Smith
Isabelle is a 13 year old eighth-grader. She fell in love with singing at the age of 9. Isabelle enjoys singing onstage any chance she gets! She has sung the National Anthem at local sporting events, performs/sings in plays at the Lyric Theatre and at her school, and sings in the worship band at church.

When she is not singing (or doing homework!) she enjoys theater, cheerleading and spending time with family.
Ariel Faith
Ariel Faith
Ariel Faith is 23 years old, recently married, and works at State Farm. She also has a 6 month old pug that she is obsessed with. She sings on the worship team at her church and is now starting to branch out to start her music journey all over again starting with the Rodeo Opry Show on January 5th!
Venue Information:
Rodeo Opry
2221 Exchange Ave
Oklahoma City, OK, 73108
http://www.ohfo.org/