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Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame reopens, sets benefit concert

“Ya'll for the Hall” Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame concert to benefit children's exhibit
Published: May 3, 2012
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IN BRIEF

Oklahoma Music Hall project

to benefit from Friday concert

The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Museum has reopened to the public and will hold a concert Friday to benefit its new children's exhibit.

The 6 p.m. event will be at the Frisco Depot, 401 S Third St., organizers announced Wednesday.

A number of regional musicians have volunteered their talents for the benefit, including Muskogee's Wild Card Band; Harley Hamm; Bronko Carr; David Carr; Cat Daddy and the Elevators; Jermaine Mondaine; Derek Gibson; The Kay Brothers; Jim Paul Blair; and Joe Mack.

Donations will be accepted at the door.

All proceeds will go toward completion of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame's state-of-the-art children's exhibit, called Jeremiah's Music Room, which will open to the public soon, officials said.

For more information on the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, call Jim Blair at (918) 869-6776, email jpblair@sbcglobal.net, or go online to www.omhof.com.

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