5th Annual Rock n Folk n Chili Cook Off – Nov 10th

For Immediate Release




TULSA, Okla. July 10, 2018Jacob Tovar & The Saddle Tramps, modern purveyors of Western swing, will close an evening of exceptional music at Horton Records 5th Annual Rock ’n Folk ’n Chili Cook-off Saturday Nov. 10, 2018 beginning at 5:30 PM at Tulsa’s historic Cain’s Ballroom, Brian Horton, President of the local nonprofit record label, announced today. In addition to live music, this all-ages, family-friendly fundraiser features chili samples from Tulsa-area restaurants and local musicians, live art, raffles, silent auctions and more.


“Music, food and art have always been a great way to bring people together,” said Horton. “This community has been so encouraging of our mission to help develop and support the musicians in our state, and we are pleased the event has become a Tulsa tradition. We’re also glad to have a chance to give back. Once again, we’ll be collecting donations of non-perishable food and winter coats at the event.”


Other musical performances during the event include Levi Parham & Them Tulsa Boys & Girls, “A Tribute to Tulsa Music,” featuring musicians John Fullbright, Paul Benjaman, Jesse Aycock, Dustin Pittsley & more,  Branjae, Brad James Band and French musician Dom Ferrer.


*5th Annual Horton Records Rock ‘n Folk ‘n Chili Cook-off

*Saturday, November 10, 2018. 5:30 PM; Cain’s Ballroom

*TICKETS: Advance GA $15 ($12 for students & military); 12 & under free. $20 day of show. Tickets include all you can sample chili while supplies last.


*For more information, interviews and/or high-resolution photos, please contact Julie: 918.850.0500jwatstulsa@gmail.com



Horton Records is a volunteer-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) Tulsa music organization. Its mission is to provide services that develop and support musicians in the Tulsa area, while fostering community with other creative partners and building on the rich musical heritage in the region. Horton Records organizes and promotes showcase events, provides booking services and management support to artists, supplies business and financial support for recording and distributing music worldwide, and supports educational efforts for all ages. This mission directly aligns with city and state efforts to enhance the image of Tulsa and the surrounding area as a creative hub and music destination that attracts and retains visitors, as well as current and future residents.


Horton Records has officially released more than 70 titles from Oklahoma artists and distributed more than 70,000 physical units worldwide. Each year, it books more than 100 shows on behalf of Oklahoma artists, free of charge, with approximately $50,000 annually being paid directly to musicians. For more information, visit www.hortonrecords.org.