Southern Brothers Jason Eady and Adam Hood at Belle Isle Restaurant 2nd Level Live

Sat, Dec 10, 2022
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

1900 Northwest Expy # 44R Oklahoma City, OK 73118

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AGES: all ages
No refunds at any time.

VIP 2 or 4 Top (round bistro height)

Round Bistro Height table nearest to stage seats up to 4 if entire table is not purchased, the remaining seat may be sold to another party

2 top (round bistro height)

Round Bistro Height table seats up to 2 if entire table is not purchased, the remaining seat may be sold to another party

VIP 4 top (rect. restaurant height)

Rectangular Restaurant Height table for up to 4. If the entire table is not purchased, the remaining seats may be sold to another party.

4 Top (round bistro height)

Round Bistro Height table seats up to 4 if entire table is not purchased, the remaining seat may be sold to another party

8 Top (bistro height)

Rectangular Bistro Height table seats up to 8 if the entire table is not purchased, the remaining seat may be sold to another party

VIP 6 Top (bistro height)

Rectangular Bistro Height table seats up to 6 if the entire table is not purchased, the remaining seat may be sold to another party

6 Top (bistro height)

Rectangular Bistro Height table seats up to 6 if the entire table is not purchased, the remaining seat may be sold to another party

General Admission

General admission for available seating, however, does not guarantee a seat.

Wheel chair accessible

Wheel Chair accessible with companion seat

ShowSlinger and credit card processing fees are non-refundable

Event info

JASON EADY
The eighth full-length from singer/songwriter Jason Eady, To The Passage Of Time first took shape in a frenetic burst of creativity back in the doldrums of quarantine. Over the course of a three-day period last August, the Fort Worth, Texas-based musician wrote more than half of the album, locking himself in his bedroom and emerging only when he felt completely burnt out. “I went in thinking I was going to write just one song—but then the songs kept coming, and I didn’t want to break the spell,” he recalls. “I’d go to sleep with the guitar by the bed, pick it back up when I woke up the next morning, and do it all again. I’d never really experienced anything like that before.”


https://www.jasoneady.com/


Adam Hood
Solo artist. Frontman. Behind-the-scenes songwriter. For more than a decade, Adam Hood has left his mark both onstage and in the writing room, carving out a southern sound that mixes equal parts country, soul and American roots music.

As a blue-collar songwriter, Hood shines a light on everyday experiences — from family and friends to the thrill of Friday nights. Partly because he’s stuck to his roots. The native Alabaman still lives in the Yellowhammer State and celebrates America's rural pockets with songs like "Keeping Me Here" and "Real Small Town," two songs filled with images of main streets, open landscapes, hard times, and good people.

"It's southern music," he says, grouping Somewhere in Between’s wide range of music under an appropriate banner. "That's what it represents: the soulful side of southern music, the country side of southern music, the genuineness of southern culture, and the way I grew up. One of the t-shirts I sell at every show simply says ‘Southern Songs,’ and It's a good summary of what I do. It's what I've always done."
 
https://www.adamhood.com/


All ages, non-smoking, reserved seating.

Table height included in seat description. If the entire table is not purchased, remaining tickets will be available to other parties. Contact organizer for special requests. GA includes bar (21+) and large table seating on a first-come, first-served basis. Some tables accommodate additional seating contact organizer to request