Everyone is encouraged to join in for a night of local music from a lineup full of singer-songwriters from the Arkansas City area at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Burford Theatre.  

All musicians will play three of their original songs and tell the story behind the words. 

Tim Durham will be the master of ceremonies, and is a professor of music and psychology. He has performed at a multitude of festivals and events and is a highly-requested studio musician. 

Mark Bowling draws inspiration from the likes of Merle Haggard and Lyle Lovett and describes his own work as “music made from scratch, using only the finest ingredients.” 

Jan Hatfield is primarily a blues musician. He performs other styles, such as country and rock, but taps into their blues roots and influences.  

Julie Sutton is an art teacher and dabbles in a variety of creative endeavors, including music as well as writing and painting.  

Donnie Huffman is a prolific local musician. He describes his music as “a fusion classic rock ‘n’ roll [and] country, with a little R&B and a touch of gospel.” 

Mike Steiner is a recent graduate of Winfield High School. He is a rock ‘n’ roll musician, producer and guitar builder.  

Jordan Butler is a worship leader and musician, writing and performing acoustic pop and folk music.  

Tickets are available at the door. The event will include a full bar and concessions and A Little Taste food truck will be parked on the street out front.

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