The OK Chorale – August 29

The OK Chorale is a cowboy trio dedicated to the preservation of the Old West in stories and songs and will be at the Madera Clubhouse Crystal Ballroom on Friday, August 29. A cash bar opens at 6:00 p.m. with show time at 7:00 p.m.

Dedicated to the preservation of the historic Old West in songs and stories, The OK Chorale’s approach to Arizona’s history is truly unique. Come and travel back to the Arizona of the late 1800s with timeless music and authentic wardrobes. Learn about the characters and events that made this a legendary time in American history. You’ll hear songs by great artists like Marty Robbins, Gene Autry, Rex Allen, Sons of the Pioneers and many more.

The OK Chorale stars lead singer Yodel’n Al (Allen Fossenkemper), bass singer Jingel’n Jud (Jud Schandel) and tenor singer Tumbleweed Tony (Tony Pistilli). Formed in 2001, they have been entertaining audiences throughout Arizona and California with their great harmony and fascinating storytelling. They are part of the prestigious Western Music Association and have performed the National Anthem at nine Dbacks games.

Tickets are $10 per person and available at the Concierge desk or call  520-393-5822 to order by phone.