The Freeland welcomes Jeff & Sheri Easter and family back, this time as headliners.
Their mix of country gospel and bluegrass has garnered them six Dove awards.
They’ve also received two career Grammy nominations, and Sheri has been named the
Singing News Favorite Alto eleven times and the Singing News Female Vocalist four times.
In 2012 Sheri received Alto of the Year by the National Quartet Convention's first annual awards.
Since 1993, they have participated in the Gaither Homecoming Video Series, which
has sold over 15 million units. Apart from their frequent appearances on the Gaither Homecoming
tour and videos, Jeff & Sheri have quite a touring schedule of their own. They are joined
on the road by their talented family: daughters Morgan and Maura, and son Madison
and his wife Shannon. “When we perform, we want people to leave a little different than
when they came in,” Sheri explains. “We want them to have a great time smiling, laughing,
crying and healing. We want them to know God loves them and that He is in control.”
Tickets each: $25 advance, $30 day-of-show: 1-866-977-6849 or on the web at: protixonline.com
About The Freeland Center
by two of Bristow's native sons, legendary folk singer-songwriter Tom Paxton and Red Dirt music icon
Tom Skinner. The $6.1 million theater was constructed through a combination of public and private
funding. It is a 795-seat facility, boasting outstanding concert hall acoustics, a 50 ft. x 50 ft. stage,
orchestra pit, and professional curtaining, lighting, and sound reinforcement. A spacious two-story
lobby, well-appointed with amenities, provides a welcome invitation to event attendees.
Local and national entertainers are pampered with two green rooms, easy on-off loading to the stage,
and an attentive professional staff.
Artists appearing during the Freeland Center's first four years have included gospel acts (Masters
Voice, The Isaacs, Jeff & Sheri Easter); country/Americana acts (Red Dirt Rangers, Susie McEntire-Eaton,
Bruner & Eicher); jazz/pop acts (Emily Drennan, Jamie Aaron Kelley); and classical/opera acts (Bravo Brass
Quintet, The Tulsa Opera). Kostis Protopapas, artistic director of The Tulsa Opera, has called the Freeland
acoustically-friendly auditorium in the state of