Wednesday, June 11, 2008

TULSA: The Show

Well, as mentioned earlier, stop two of Left Field Project's Right to Left show was in Tulsa this past weekend. Congrats to Duane for another successful opening! People really dug the work. Lots of praise was circulating, not only on the quality of the pieces, but just that an event like this had come to Tulsa. The city definitely was receptive. Good folks all around.

I took tons of pics over the three nights I was in town. I wanted to cover the show first, plus I can only upload so many before I go crazy. I'll cover the other days in subsequent posts. The above photo was just prior to opening. All set and ready to go.

The Space.

People showed up and partied.

New friend in the pack. Seamless.

And partied. Good look.

Duane was nice enough to let me play some rekkids again. To change things up a bit and make for an easier lug, I only played 45's. I got some good comments on my selections. Always good to hear. Thanks to Matt on the sweet T-shirt hook-up. Another vintage find out of the school closet. Plus, it's got a #1 on the back.

As you can see we ran movies on the back wall. As they should, people went bananas over the Lakai "Fully Flared" opening scene.

Duane played rocked the party jams as you'd expect. He even blew a speaker. That's the kind of opening this was: Blown speakers at an art show. Duane, did you ever throw on the Chicago 13?

All so classy, delicious eats consisted of a Jr. High lunch theme (besides the craft beer and wine). Cheetos, a Ding Dong pyramid, and Slim Jims. I think Matt's favorite sport of the evening was watching the ladies sneak Ding Dongs off the table. Relax and enjoy yourself... no worries: it's Friday. BTW, I took one bite of a Slim Jim. Never again.


The Tulsa Action Team.

The pic says enough.


  1. Rad post sir! Great story - great photo selection.. Thank you for the kind words. I couldn't do anything without you guys. I appreciate all your help and support man! THESE PHOTOS ARE RAD! Thank you...

  2. A rather neat post overall. The comment about the slim jim is not very nice though. I love slim jims

  3. And actually, Slim Jims are gross Nick.

  4. And No, I didn't get to play Chicago 13... (damn it)

  5. I had one "snap" of a slim jim, and it was instant heartburn. I like spicy, but the chemicals in that jerky were burning my throat. Now that ain't right.