Free Concert Featuring Comedians and Singer Planned Wednesday at SWOSU
An evening of entertainment featuring Williams and Ree (aka The Indian and The White Guy) and singer T. Graham Brown will be featured this Wednesday, March 5, at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford.
The 7 p.m. free concert in the Fine Arts Center is being held in conjunction with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Regents’ two-day meeting in Weatherford. Regent Jimmy Harrel and the Bank of Western Oklahoma are hosting the event and send an open invitation to area residents to enjoy the concert.
The evening is also a special event for Harrel, who is doing the concert in memory of Ted Fariss, his long-time friend, college roommate and colleague who recently passed away. Members of the Fariss family will be in attendance.
Bruce Williams and Terry Ree have entertained audiences around the world with their comedy musical act for more than three decades. The talented musicians incorporate topical and observational humor in their ever-changing act. The self-professed “Indian and White Guy” have numerous television, radio and commercial appearances.
Singer T. Graham Brown is a one-of-a-kind artist. His wildly popular songs range from beach music to blues and soul to his unique blend of country-rock. Brown appeared in commercials for Kraft, Coca-Cola, McDonalds, and Taco Bell singing jingles, and he has been in movies with stars like Richard Pryor. His hit songs include “Brilliant Conversationalist,” “Come As You Were,” and “Come Hell or High Water.”