The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame will host the SpringStreet Bluegrass Band at 8 pm on Thursday, August 3rd at the Frisco Depot, 401 S. 3rd in Muskogee.
SpringStreet got their start in 1990 when founding members, Mike Williams and Steve Carroll, went to Eureka Springs, AR to see “The father of bluegrass music”, Bill Monroe, perform. The street next to the auditorium was named Spring Street and so they simply chose that name as it seemed to fit well. 20 years later, the band has developed their own sound with a combination of bluegrass, gospel, folk, country, and even some classic rock-n-roll from time to time. SpringStreet has performed at many festival in Oklahoma and the surrounding states. They are also veterans of television and radio in the area as well. Along with performing at these events, SpringStreet has also hosted their own show in Muskogee, OK called “Bluegrass on the Square”. Since this event has been so successful in bringing new fans to bluegrass, SpringStreet has begun to take this show on the road to other towns and events.
Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8 pm – Admission is $5 at the door.