Missing live music? Bored at home? Wait no further, The Human Together Music Festival is hosting local, national and international musical artists and bands online for your enjoyment!
Oklahoma Artists that will be performing: Stephen Salewon, Jenny Labow, Don’t Tell Dena, Kat Lock, Shoulda Been Blonde and, Brian Gorrell Jazz Ensemble
National Artist that will be performing: Catfish Seminar (Nashville, Tenn.) and Kalu and the Electric Joint (Austin, TX)
International artist that will perform: Uly (Dublin, Ireland)
The Human Together Music Fest will launch live online on Friday, May 22nd at 7:00 pm CST. The festival will launch live on the following social media sites:
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClUrDizDmWELjK7VZsO1xug (Human Together Podcast Channel)
The show is brought to you by Mortimer Creative and Dr. Jayson Floyd, host of the Human Together Podcast Show. Each artist will perform three of their original songs. Further, each artist will be introduced by a critical care and essential COVID-19 front line worker (Nurses, doctors, policemen, firefighters). David Holt, Mayor of Oklahoma City, will introduce one of the artists as well. Also, during each performance, people can give virtual tips to support bands and musical artists.
Dr. Floyd: “As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns, several of the bands that I had tickets to see live were canceled. In an effort to support musicians, I felt called to action. I wanted to organize an online music fest to give musical artists a platform to continue sharing their musical talents.”