The Rodeo Opry  -  June 15, 2019

The Rodeo Opry - June 15, 2019

Wes Fowler, Alli Grace, Jeremy Reed, Allison Arms, Doc Holiday

Sat, June 15, 2019

7:00 pm

Rodeo Opry

Oklahoma City, OK

Adults - $15.00

Children 7 -12 years - $7.50

Children 6 years & younger - FREE

 

*Call box office for military discounts and ADA seating

Rodeo Opry
Rodeo Opry
Oklahoma's Official Country Music Show located in historic Stockyards City at 2221 Exchange Avenue, OKC, OK 73108. Shows are Saturday nights at 7PM. Tickets $15
Cindy Scarberry
Cindy Scarberry
Cindy Scarberry is a professional singer, songwriter and studio vocalist. In 1997, she was inducted into Grant Leftwich's Opry Hall of Fame and recognized by the State of Oklahoma for her contributions to the Oklahoma Department of Tourism. Cindy has worked with Grant's Opry organization for over twenty years serving as vocalist, Talent Coordinator and Program Director for the Opry Heritage Foundation of Oklahoma where she assisted with the facilitation and development of education programs as well as the direction of the Rodeo Opry, a weekly country music variety show held in the historic Stockyards of Oklahoma City. As of January 1, 2009 Cindy was named Executive Director. Since that time, she has continued to grow the organization's educational programming including the new, Granville Community Music School.

Cindy is also a respected member and leader in the education community. She is a national board certified music teacher in Norman, OK where she founded "Manyawi!", the state's first children's World Music & Marimba Ensemble, in 2008 founded "Global Music" the state's first High School global music education program and in 2009 developed a general music program for Norman High School. Her passion for multicultural music and arts integration has led to many collaborations and grant opportunities. In October of 2002, Cindy was awarded the Fulbright Memorial Fund Fellowship to Japan. In 2006, she was awarded the National Fund for Teachers and Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence fellowship enabling her and two colleagues to work with the non-profit organization Ancient Ways while studying culture and music in Zimbabwe, Africa. Upon return, Fund for Teachers awarded Cindy and her team the 2006 National Raymond Plank Fellowship Award for Teaching Excellence. Cindy continues to work with Ancient Ways to raise funds and awareness for the need of a primary community school in Zimbabwe and plans to assist in the teacher training to prepare their curriculum and school within the next few years.

Cindy Scarberry has received many awards throughout the years including the Dewey Connally Award for excellence in Music Education, Finalist of NPS District Teacher of the Year and was named 2009 Educator of the Year by the University of Oklahoma's Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education.

Cindy received her Bachelor of Music Education and additional Kodaly methodology training from the University of Oklahoma. She has been an Oklahoma A+ Schools fellow since 2003 where she has developed and facilitated many workshops including music integration, multiple intelligences, curriculum mapping and collaboration. She has also facilitated arts integration workshops for the Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain and worked as a teacher trainer for San Francisco Symphony's Keeping Score program for three years.

Cindy Scarberry is dedicated to education, the arts and building the music industry in Oklahoma. Her position as Opry Heritage Foundation of Oklahoma Executive Director has become the perfect culmination of all of her years experience as a performer, arts educator and leader in the professional community. Through her leadership background, network of resources, experience and collaborative partners, Cindy has a clear vision for the Opry Heritage Foundation of Oklahoma and its music education program.
Allison Arms
Allison Arms
Oklahoma City's own Nashvillle singer/songwriter recording artist whose original works encompass today's Female Country genre.
Allison is a former On-Air Personality accross Southern Oklahoma FM stations.
Allison took up songwriting at the age of sixteen writting "Gettin' Nowhere Fast" placed on her first album release "Back For More"
Allison is a former Branson Missouri star cast in "The Magnificent 7 Show" at the "Whitehouse Theatre".
Allison has demoed over thirty of her own original works in her short career and has personally worked with such songwriters as Katrina Elam from "Pure Country 2" "No End In Sight", Mack Vickery "The Fireman", Boomer Cattleman "Judy Mae", Don Sessions "Burn Me Down".

Throughout the years Arms travels to raise money and awareness for the "Wounded Warriors" (and "Wounded Heroes Of Texas") performing to audiences in Washington D.C's "Walter Reed Medical Center," and New York City raising over thirteen thousand after the tragic 9/11 disaster.
Allison is an active member of "MZ&EMMERS Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation"

Allison is an original Oklahoma artist who has opened for such artsists as
- Katrina Elam
- John Conley
- Steve Holy
- The remaining members of the Texas Playboys
- Jude and Jody
- Jody Miller.

The Allison Arms Band has recently begun touring around the country in major Indian Casinos and venues. For more Information please check out teamarms.com

Allison is a Survivor: "From Tragedy to The Stage"
Just Three short years ago Arms almost lost her life to a car accident off the expressway whom nobody saw.

Crawling from the disaster for over Seven hours after the initial crash with fatal injuries Arms managed to survive crawling over two hundred yards in order to reach help.

Allison endured such injuries as a separated spine containing a 70 percent compression to her spinal cord, a broken left hand, a broken right ankle (which had been severed and bleeding out), a fractured knee cap, concussion to left lobe, detrimental internal bleeding with a ninety percent liver laceration, and over fifty percent kidney and spleen lacerations.

Allison spent 1.5 years in the hospitals and forgoing therapy in order to walk again. ICU doctors questioned if she could ever walk again, or how she sustained major injuries calling her their "Miracle Patient".

Allison gives credit to God for helping her, and says "I fully believe there is a reason why I have survived all that has happened to me, and I believe that reason is God, my family, and my music".

Allison is not only a survivor but a fighter for her future in the music business.
Allison is made up of All the qualities it takes to become the next star in todays Country Music.
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.
Venue Information:
Rodeo Opry
2221 Exchange Ave
Oklahoma City, OK, 73108
http://www.ohfo.org/