Guitars, Fiddles, & Harmony: Catch Annie Oakley, LIVE in March!

Feb 19, 2019

Annie Oakley, a fabulous folk trio from Oklahoma City, will be in Amarillo and Garden City for Living Room Concerts!

HPPR's Living Room Concert Series still cannot quite believe we get to hear this band TWICE on the High Plains in March. Don't miss ANNIE OAKLEY, an enchanting folk trio from Oklahoma City. You will adore their sound, so please SPREAD THE WORD! These shows will be spectacular!

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Saturday, March 9—Amarillo

Starlight Canyon Bed & Breakfast (100 Brentwood Road)

Doors @ 7p | Show @ 7:30p

Sugg. Donation: $15

(Make life easy. Please bring cash!)

Coffee provided by Palace Coffee Company

RSVP ONLINE for AMARILLO, or call 806.367.9088 to save a seat.

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Saturday, March 16—Amarillo

HPPR Studios—Garden City (201 N. 7th St.)

Show @ 7p

Sugg. Donation: $15

(Make life easy. Please bring cash!)

RSVP ONLINE for GARDEN CITY, or call 806.367.9088 to save a seat.

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MORE ABOUT THE BAND: Annie Oakley is a folk band fronted by twin sisters Joanna (Jo) and Sophia Babb, paired with the violin of Nia Personette. They say, "We're keen on telling stories, finding the sweetest harmonies, and playing shows where we meet the listeners we're playing for."

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WATCH THEM LIVE! Click to view Annie Oakley in action. See videos for RecognitionSix Months of Winter, and If I Were a Ghost. Plus, learn more about these excellent musicians on their Facebook and website.

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THEIR STORY (IN THEIR WORDS): "We started writing songs after the death of our father in 2011. Our family was broken and so were we – the only thing we could do to get through it was write songs. Nia lost her dad just a year before we lost ours, so through this mutually-shared grief, we were made closer than friends. We became three sisters instead of two.

During this period of recovery and self-discovery at the height of adolescence, we ventured from our bedrooms where our songs were written to live audiences with keen listeners. We moved on to bigger stages and places, and soon, we were on the road touring. We had no idea that storytelling from the most basic, human level, would bring us to where we are now. We wouldn't change a thing.

Now we’re graduating from college, starting our own lives and stories, and making a path that isn't followed by the grief that first brought us to music. Folk music has now become our spark for joy.

The recent release of our first full-length album, Words We Mean, chronicles our transition from youth to young womanhood, from grief to happiness, narrating the first chapter of our story."

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HPPR listeners, thank you for supporting LIVE MUSIC on the High Plains!