Music helps us in so many ways, especially now. This week we switch it up and are excited to bring you the music of Chelsey Cope who was privately recorded performing in Union Station while maintaining strict social distancing guidelines.
Cope has been writing songs and singing since she was 13 years old. The Tulsa native lives in Oklahoma City and has performed around the metro. Classified as alternative folk and rock, Cope told Oklahoma Gazette in 2018 that describing her specific musical sound is tough.
“It gets really confusing when people ask, ‘What genre are you?’” she said. “I’m like, ‘I don’t know.’ I write what I feel, and that’s about it.”
We like her music, and know you will too.
Look for the fourth Scissortail Streams session on our Facebook page and the Scissortail Park OKC YouTube channel beginning Friday, April 17.
Enjoy this free concert and please remember – the Park’s pathways and grounds remain open daily for walks and respite. Our park is here for you.
Special thanks again this week to Mortimer Creative, and Ty Calanni, technical stage manager for the Park, for recording our Scissortail Streams online concerts.