By JENNIFER CHANCELLOR
CUTLINES -The Red Dirt Rangers celebrate 25 years together on Sunday with a concert and CD release show Sunday at Guthrie Green park, 111 E. Brady St. Showtime is 4 p.m.
The show is free and all-ages, and the Brad James Band will open.
The new studio album, "Lone Chimney," is named for the area outside of Tulsa where the band calls home.
The band was recently honored by the Oklahoma House of Representatives when state Rep. Lee Denney from Cushing wrote a resolution praising the three-piece band for its dedication to the uniquely Oklahoman genre of Red Dirt music and its work in the band's home state.
"We want to honor the Red Dirt Rangers for their contribution to the music of Oklahoma, which they have taken around the country and the world, for the past 25 years. They are a musical treasure for our state, and we want to recognize their significant contribution," Denney said in a media statement.
Originally published by JENNIFER CHANCELLOR World Scene Writer.
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