FREE concert featuring “Jude and Jody” star
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Historical Society will officially kick off their new partnership with a special event at the Oklahoma History Center Thursday night featuring Jude Northcutt of “Jude and Jody” fame.
Jude Northcutt is best remembered by Oklahoma natives as “Jude” of Jude and Jody Furniture Store band, who were regularly featured on Oklahoma City TV for forty years.
Northcutt will perform with Grammy-winning Oklahoma native Jody Miller.
Several musicians who have worked with Jude Northcutt over the years will be reunited at this concert.
The event kicks off a new partnership between the AARP and the Oklahoma Historical Society.
AARP members can now get an introductory half-priced membership to the Oklahoma Historical Society, which includes discounted or free admission to more than 30 historical sites across Oklahoma, including the Oklahoma History Center.
The concert begins at 7:15 p.m at the Oklahoma History Center located at 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive Oklahoma City.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Reserve a spot for this FREE event by calling 405.522.5202.
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