Turner & Boggs Suicide Awareness Concert

Owasso Masonic Lodge 545 Presents

Turner & Boggs Suicide Awareness Concert

Trett Charles, The Tiptons, Bryce Dicus & The Mercenaries, Jake Flint, Str8ght Shot

Sun Jun 10

Doors: 3:00 pm / Show: 4:00 pm

Cain's Ballroom

Tulsa, OK

$15.00

This event is all ages


Advance $15
Day of Show $15
Door $20

There is a $2 fee that applies to each tickets purchased at the Cain's Box Office.

No smoking!  No refunds!

Scheduled acts are subject to change without notice!


Turner & Boggs Suicide Awareness Concert
Turner & Boggs Suicide Awareness Concert
Bringing awareness to suicide through music. It is our mission to reach out and help anyone struggling with suicidal thoughts.
Trett Charles
Trett Charles
Red dirt country artist from Collinsville, OK.
The Tiptons
The Tiptons
The Tiptons have started this band to preserve and honor over four generations of family harmonies
Bryce Dicus & The Mercenaries
Bryce Dicus & The Mercenaries
Bryce Dicus is an Oklahoma boy making his way into the Texas music scene. When Bryce was just 13, his grandfather bought him his first guitar and Bryce has been in love with music ever since. Bryce started playing for church and now has played on stages such as, the legendary Cain's Ballroom and Cheatham Street Warehouse. Heavily influenced by the likes of Cody Johnson, James Lann, Haggard and Akins: Bryce has developed a sound suited for Texas Red Dirt with the soul of 90's classic country.

Bryce and the Mercs are currently working on their sophomore album and you can catch them on the road in states all across the south and mid-west.
Jake Flint
Jake Flint
Jake Flint is a Red Dirt singer/songwriter who resides in rural Mounds, Oklahoma. Jake was born in 1985 and raised in the oilfield boom town of Holdenville in South Eastern Oklahoma, the son of a wildcat oilman and a hard-working mother of two. He was transplanted to Tulsa, Oklahoma where Jake says he was always the “outcast country kid in the city.”

Jake’s father was a music lover and raised him on John Denver, James Taylor and Dire Straits along with various Texas singer/songwriters such as Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle, John Prine and others. Because of his shortcomings at fitting in as a city kid, Jake tagged along with his older sister’s crowd and got a hefty dose of 90s grunge rock from Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Foo Fighters. He was also exposed to Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Guster, David Grey or whatever else he heard coming from his sister’s room.

Jake’s first introduction to playing music was a result of his father having been diagnosed with A.L.S. or Lou Gherig’s Disease and was not able to physically provide interaction to his son. Concerned about not being able to participate with Jake in sports, his father commissioned a couple of his lifelong best friends to teach Jake to play guitar and take him to regional bluegrass festivals. Jake discovered a love of bluegrass music which soon transitioned into a love for jam bands such as Phish, String Cheese Incident, and Bela Fleck & The Flecktones. It was at this time that Jake was inspired to write his own music.

Jake’s next musical phase was his discovery of songwriters born out of the Texas and Oklahoma music scene past and present; Tom Skinner, Bob Childers, Boland, Canada, McClure, Chris Knight among countless others. This is where Jake found himself, his musical inspiration, and launched his own singer/songwriting career.

Jake recently wrote and recorded his first record produced by Mike McClure in the Boohatch Studio, in Ada, Oklahoma. The record is similar in musical stylings as the Great Divide and Cross Canadian Ragweed as Jake intended. With the help of Mike McClure and his band mate Taylor Reed, along with Jon Knudson from Whiskey Myers, and Jake’s good friend Cody Woody, they performed all the instrumentation on the record.

Jake admits that at too young of an age he experienced many of life’s highs and lows including losing his father. He claims he’s floated through life loving, hating, gaining, losing, experimenting, witnessing, missioning, sinning, breaking the law, paying the consequences while openly and candidly writing about it all.

Jake plays solo acoustical performances and with his band at venues all over Oklahoma, Texas, and surrounding states. His single “Cowtown” will be released to Texas and Oklahoma radio in the Summer of 2017. Jake’s first CD, “I’m Not OK” is available on his website and all digital distribution outlets.
Str8ght Shot
Str8ght Shot
Str8ght Shot is a classic rock party band. Bringing you your favorite tunes that keeps your feet moving and your rear shaking. This is a must see band!
Venue Information:
Cain's Ballroom
423 N Main St.
Tulsa, OK, 74103
http://www.cainsballroom.com