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This Feb. 18 virtual concert with Buffalo Rogers will benefit Arcadia Round Barn

Buffalo Rogers will present a virtual concert on Thursday to benefit the Arcadia Round Barn.

ARCADIA — Oklahoma City singer-songwriter Buffalo Rogers will warm up the winter night on Thursday with a virtual concert to benefit the Arcadia Round Barn.

The concert will be from 8 to 9 p.m. and can be heard on the Arcadia Round Barn Facebook page as part of the Virtual Barn series of live streamed concerts, which will continue every Thursday through April 22.

Rogers has been playing his rocking country/Americana/folk music regionally for the past 13 years. His songs have been recorded by many artists, including the Damn Quails. Rogers is a multi-instrumentalist with a knack for showmanship and clever lyrics.

In conjunction with the virtual concerts, an interview series with the musicians titled “Behind the Barn,” hosted by Haley Jane Pierce, can be found on the Instagram page @thearcadiaroundbarn.

The Arcadia Round Barn is six miles east of Interstate 35 on historic Route 66. Donations for the upkeep of the barn, which is owned and managed by the Arcadia Historical and Preservation Society, can be made on the Arcadia Round Barn website and during the virtual concerts. Live music is scheduled to resume in May.

For more information about music at the barn, call Joe Baxter at 405-833-1350.


By Kimberly Burk
Kimberly Burk is a publicist for the Arcadia Round Barn.

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