Red Bull Gypsy Café is a celebration and storytelling of Red Dirt music told by its singers/songwriters from its birthplace at The Farm in Stillwater.
Started in April 2011, the festival features over 30 of red dirt’s most talented and successful singer/songwriters together to perform in pairs at intimate live music venues around Stillwater. All ticket proceeds were used to begin the Red Dirt Relief Fund.
Gypsy Café: The Story of Red Dirt Music is a nine-minute short documentary featuring the founders of the Red Dirt movement as they return to ‘The Farm’ in Stillwater to talk about the music’s beginning, meaning, and future. The documentary was directed by Ezra Gentle and Britni Harris.
|2012||Stoney LaRue, Brandon Jenkins, Mike McClure, Steve Rice, John Fullbright, Tom Skinner, Randy Crouch, John Cooper, Gene Collier, Chad Sullins, Dustin Pittsley, Monica Taylor, Greg Jacobs, Scott Evans, Jim Paul Blair, Parker Millsap, Travis Linville, Sarah Barker, Jesse Aycock, Brad James, Thomas Trapp, Sam Naifeh, Ben Han, Randy Pease, Don Wood, Brad Piccolo, Chuck Dunlap, Joe Baxter, Travis Kidd, Bo Phillips, Jake Moffat, Rick Reiley, Don Morris, Bob Wiles, Tim Bays, Dustin Welch, Bill Erickson, Susan Herndon, Brandon Clark|
|2011||Cody Canada, John Parker Milsap, Tom Skinner, Brad Piccolo, Jimmy LaFave, Chris Bell, Stoney LaRue, John Cooper, Kevin Welch, Dustin Welch, Ben Han, Greg Jacobs, Mike McClure, Randy Crouch, Susan Herndon, Scott Evans, Joe Baxter, Larry Spears, Steve Rice, Jake Moffat, Monica Taylor, Rick Reiley, Bob Wiles, Brad James, Gene Collier, Travis Kidd, Randy Pease, Don Morris, Chuck Dunlap, Don Wood, Bill Erickson, Joe Mack, Bo Phillips, Sam Naifeh|
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