- $18 for one ticket to see David Nail and Native Run (up to $25.85 value)
- When: Thursday, October 30, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Cain’s Ballroom
- General admission
- Door time: 7 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees
Best known for “Let It Rain,” “Turning Home,” and “Red Light,” David Nail celebrates his most recent album release I’m a Fire, featuring the Billboard Country Airplay No. 1 hit “Whatever She’s Got.” On his latest album, he joins forces with Lee Ann Womack to record a new version of the song “Galveston” which pays tribute to one of his heroes, Glen Campbell. Nail credits his experiences over the last four years marriage as inspiration for his title track “I’m a Fire.”
Nearly 90 years of history have boogied across the spring-loaded maple dance floor at Cain's Ballroom. Once known as the Carnegie Hall of western swing, the ballroom played a key part in the boot-stomping genre’s history as the one-time home of Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys, who used the neon-lit space to host raucous dances, broadcast a radio show, and do their laundry in the bathroom. Still a landmark of Tulsa’s music scene, the ballroom retains much of its original charm, from the barrel-vaulted ceiling to the oversize portraits of past stars to the fiddle-shaped light fixtures.