Dan WeberDan Weber, award winning songwriter, gifted storyteller and inspired performer, comes to Norman for a Sunday, February 15, Winter Wind Concert in The Depot, 200 S. Jones. Tickets for the 7:00 pm concert are $20. 

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Weber has been described as “The Classic, Mid-Life, Overnight Sensation.”  He began performing at 40 and in a few short years was winning over audiences with energetic performances and hilarious stories from the roads he’s traveled. 

Weber tells us that “22 years at a local bar on Water Street, I ran into this guy named ‘Joe’ fresh out of the Army, who said he was moving to Spokane the next day. Before I knew it, I found myself in the passenger seat of his 1978 primer-grey Pontiac Trans-Am, headed west.  What I didn’t know then was that once I left home, I could never really go back again.”

Seeing the country changed Weber and so did the people he met. “I wanted to hear their stories and desperately wanted to know what mine was.  So I kept searching and kept moving. I spent 2 years in Utah as a Park Ranger at Canyonlands National Park. I drove cross country and back at least twice and slept under the stars as much as I could.” Along the way he picked up stories and hitchhikers and eventually, picked up a guitar.  

“I didn’t know it then, but all that time I was searching for who I was and where I was supposed to be. It was right there all the time. I just couldn’t see it yet.”

So even though he has only just begun his musical journey, the songs and stories on Weber’s debut CD ‘Ash and Bone’ (2012) have been with him for a long time.  ‘Ash and Bone’ received accolades from American Songwriter Magazine.  The UK’s Maverick Magazine gave it “4 Stars: Has you hanging on to every word. ”

In 2014 Weber won 2nd place in the prestigious Woody Guthrie songwriting contest and was honored to become a rare 2-time finalist in the legendary Kerrville Folk Festival ‘New Folk’ competition.

In 2015 Weber begins a new chapter with What I’m Lookin’ For, a 14 song CD of classic Americana that includes the stirring folk tribute Oh Woody, Cowboy Style, and the crowd sing-a-long favorite (I Deal with) Crazy ALL Day, an everyman’s anthem that is poised to be a breakout hit.  

“I like to think that on any night, someone you meet can change your life. And I also like to think maybe you’ll hear one of these songs and feel that it’s as much your story as it is mine.  I always fall in love with the stories...” Weber says.

Website: http://www.danwebermusic.com/
Video: Hank and Jesus

To purchase concert tickets click the Buy Now link above. Tickets are also available at The Depot, 200 S. Jones, or by phoning 405 307-9320 (hours 8 to 2, M-F.)  

Winter Wind concerts are made possible in part, by grants from The Oklahoma Arts Council and the Norman Arts Council, with additional support from Tom McAuliffe of Don Cies Real Estate; Cindy Merrick of Therapy in Motion; Brad and Lisa Raley; Skye Diers, Gingerbread Nursery School; Nancy McClellan; Farrel and Julie Droke; Danna Primm; Hugh and Keri Young; Tom & Mary Cay Woodfin; Dale Wares, Wares Properties; Marie Soliel; and The Grider Family. In-kind support comes from the City of Norman, The Montford Inn and Norman Music Institute.

  • Advance tickets are available now by clicking on the Buy Now links below or by going to our tickets page.
  • Tickets may be purchased at the door on the night of the concert provided that seats are available.  We recommend advance purchase of tickets.
  • Discounted season tickets are available to PAS members.
  • All tickets are general admission.
  • All concerts start at 7:00pm.  The doors open at 6:15pm.

Sunday, September 28 - Gretchen Peters

Gretchen PetersWinter Wind opens with the warm-honey voice of twice Grammy nominated Gretchen Peters. A singer-songwriter in the folk/country genre, Peters has released nine albums of her own. Performing Songwriter writes “Gretchen Peters is one of the finest songwriters of any genre, and that fact is on full display on Hello Cruel World.” “... she also brings the goods as a singer with lived-in performances that are layered, expressive, and authoritative.” echoes Country Universe.

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Website: http://www.gretchenpeters.com/ 
Video: On a Bus to St. Cloud



Sunday, October 19 - Greg Jacobs

Greg JacobsSome call Greg Jacobs the red dirt crooner because of his easy goin’ style. He is the smoothest of all the red dirt troubadours, laying down a solid Okie groove, on songs that are both historic and personal. Jacobs, one of the more original of all singer/songwriters working in America today, more than most delivers on the promise of Woody Guthrie, who said ‘ all you can do is write what you see.’

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Website: http://gregjacobsmusic.com/ 
Video: A Little Rain Will Do



Sunday, November 2 - Griffin House

Griffin HouseGriffin House has toured extensively and, since 2007 has been a national headliner. He issued his first independent release in 2003. Several self-released albums followed, the majority on his imprint label, Evening Records. House is currently celebrating the release of his 8th full length album, Balls. His music is a blend of folk, rock, pop and even a little punk which captures a depth of emotion and intelligence, while at the same time maintaining accessibility.

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Website: http://griffinhousemusic.com/ 
Video: Go Through It



Sunday, November 16 - Peter Mulvey

Peter MulveyPerhaps best known for a voice that feels like fine old leather, a powerful percussive guitar style and his warmly wry songwriting, Peter Mulvey has developed a strong national following in the indie folk/rock scene through his more than 20 years of relentless touring and 16 critically acclaimed albums, the latest of which is Silver Ladder, released this year. “Peter Mulvey is all substance, which is his style.” says the Boston Globe.

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Website: http://www.petermulvey.com/ 
Video: What Else Was It?



Sunday, December 7 - Don Conoscenti

Don ConoscentiDon Conoscenti’s live performances are a soulful fusion of styles blended from his experience playing rock, jazz, blues, folk, funk and country, driven by an unusual rhythmic sense and a finger style approach set apart by the use of partial and multiple capos. One of the most respected musicians in acoustic music, Conoscenti has performed twice on the Millennium Stage of the Kennedy Center. A collection of his work is in the folk revivalist archives of The Library of Congress.

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Website: http://www.donconoscenti.com/ 
Video: Drink Another Round



Sunday, January 4 - Johnsmith

JohnsmithFor the past thirty-plus years, Johnsmith has been sharing his music all across America and abroad. With his faded jeans, his twinkly blue eyes, and his infectious smile, John immediately connects with audiences. In addition to being a Kerrville New Folk Winner, Johnsmith has released seven solo CDs to rave reviews. He is excited to announce the release of his newest CD, The Longing Road.

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Website: http://johnsmithmusic.com/ 
Video: Safe Home



Sunday, January 18 - Meg Hutchinson

Meg HutchingsonMeg Hutchinson has won numerous songwriting awards in the US, Ireland and UK. Her 2010 release, THE LIVING SIDE, tackled some of the big issues of the time, all while maintaining that intimate and relatable voice which makes her songs resonate deeply. Her newest album, BEYOND THAT (Red House Records) is her most modern and intricate production to date. She has been described as delivering "music as powerful as it is gentle".

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Website: http://meghutchinson.com/ 
Video: Seeing Stars



Sunday, February 15 - Dan Weber

Dan WeberAward Winning songwriter Dan Weber has been described as "The classic mid-life overnight sensation." A gifted storyteller and inspired performer, in 2013 Weber won 3rd place in the prestigious Woody Guthrie Songwriting Competition and the Silver Award in the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest. Previously he was a 2012 finalist in the legendary Kerrville 'New Folk' competition as well as the 2010 Dave Carter Memorial Songwriting Contest along with several other national and regional honors.

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Website: http://www.danwebermusic.com/ 
Video: Hank and Jesus



Sunday, March 1 - Tom Skinner

Tom Skinner"You can’t claim to be a Red Dirt artist if you haven’t covered a Tom Skinner song, been lucky enough to join in with him on stage or around a fire, or both. You see, Tom Skinner is the very definition of a Red Dirt singer songwriter in the flesh—the pioneer and inspiration for the genre itself. Just ask any of his current or former band mates, including Garth Brooks." -- Stillwater Living Magazine

Admission: $20 Buy Now

Video: Hollis, OK



Saturday March 28 (workshop) and Sunday, March 29 (concert) - Terri Hendrix and Lloyd Maines

Terri Hendrix and Lloyd MainesTerri Hendrix is an award-winning Texas songwriter who spins sorrow into joy and wrings wisdom from the blues with the poetic grace and uplifting melodic flair that has long been her trademark. A classically trained vocalist and deft multi-instrumentalist (guitar, mandolin and harmonica), she dodges musical pigeonholes alongside Lloyd Maines (guitar, dobro, pedal steel), by weaving folk, pop, country, blues and swinging jazz into an eclectic style all her own.

Terri and Lloyd will be hosting a workshop on Saturday and performing in concert on Sunday.  More details on the workshop will be available soon.

Concert: $20 Buy Now
Workshop: $TBD

Website: http://www.terrihendrix.com/ 
Video: I Found The Lions