Music + Poetry: India Hayford + Oil City Slickers Barbershoppers

August 12, 2019 • 7:30 p.m.
Bourgeois Pig

India Hayford's career has been eclectic, including work as a writer, belly dancer, range conservationist, teacher, embroiderer, and editor of a wildlife newsletter. She has been doing historical reenactments for ten years. Her repertoire includes Fanny Kelly, Violet Constance Jessop, Victoria Woodhull, Susannah Dickinson, and the very proper Miss Missouri Adeline Prine discussing shady ladies of Wyoming. Residents of Wyoming for well over four decades, India and Roy have produced two Wyoming natives: a son who is a fire fighter and a daughter who is a law enforcement officer.

The Oil City Slickers is a mostly male, mostly barbershop a capella chorus. It is the Casper chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, an international organization of over 20,000 singers. The Oil City Slickers sing a wide variety of music, including old-time barbershop standards, modern rock and pop songs, gospel and jazz, all in four part harmony. The group welcomes anyone who would like to sing-no audition required.

Refreshments will be sold only from 6:30-7:30 and at intermission.

Co-Sponsored by the Casper Journal

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