California-born, Hawaii-raised and current Stillwater resident Issac McClung closed out our weekly Scissortail Streams concert series on Friday, May 29.
The 24-year-old folk singer has been a drummer from the beginning and later devoted himself to guitar and songwriting. His innate melancholic joy for life translates into soulful songs and folksy blues. He is a frequent performer in and around Oklahoma City and is part of the line-up for the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival 2020.
We hope you have enjoyed these concerts, initiated at the beginning of the Oklahoma City shelter-in-place orders to support local musicians and showcase our beautiful new park. After 10 weeks of offering free online concerts, the Park is transitioning to a new concert series, set to debut in June. Details will be coming soon.
Supported in part by the Oklahoma Arts Council, which receives funding from the State of Oklahoma and the National Endowment for the Arts, Scissortail Streams can be seen on Facebook and YouTube at Scissortail Park OKC.
Special shout-out to Ty Calanni, our technical stage manager for the Park who has been a steady hand throughout this series, Mortimer Creative and Uncovering Oklahoma for recording these online concerts.