about

Tulsa Little Jam

It begins…

Tulsa Little Jam is a weekly podcast pairing a wonderful intimate venue with the most talented local musicians, singers and songwriters. Jam is small and very rich. A little goes a long way. Our mission is to create little experiences over and over again, leaving lasting impressions. It’s a whole lot of flavor in a little bottle.

Audiences are invited to attend small concerts which will include three groups in one three hour recording session (Think Austin City Limits meets NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts). Each performer will be interviewed and play a few songs. After which, these episodes will be made available on our podcast and all videos will be on our website. It’s not just about the music, it’s about creating a sense of place and a shared connection. We have top notch videographers, sound mixers, and editors to turn out a professional and polished end product that Tulsans will be proud to show their friends & family, and that Tulsa Little Jam will be proud to show the world. We’ll be promoting the live events via social media and posting tons of content pre and post shows. The videos will be distributed via YouTube, Vimeo, and AppleTV.

There will be local food, beverages, and Tulsa Little Jam swag for sale. Tickets are sold on a frst come, frst serve basis. Seating is very limited to ensure an intimate and a one-of-a-kind experience for both performers and the audience. All proceeds from sales will go directly to after school music programs in Tulsa. In addition, these are all-ages shows.

We think we may have
Blown up the Internet…

Tulsa Little Jam is excited and proud to present the frst taping of our premiere concert at the Woody Guthrie Center on Saturday, September 22nd from 7-10 p.m.

We’ve just announced our frst show to include Branjae, Dane Arnold & the Soup, and Roots of Thought. The response has been overwhelming. We have 59 available seats and over 200 who are interested in attending. This, all, in one day.


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    Who is Behind Tulsa Little Jam?

    Our Founder, Carlos Moreno

    Carlos is a graphic designer, certifed in Human Centered Design. He was selected by national urban-affairs magazine NextCity as part of its 2014 Vanguard Class and currently serves as the co-captain of Code for Tulsa, working to make local government work for the people, by the people in the 21st century. Carlos took music lessons in public school throughout elementary, middle, and high school. This experience in part fueled a lifelong passion for music, which he now shares with his daughter. carlos@tulsalittlejam.com


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    Our Fearless Leader, Juan Reinoso

    Juan is an award-winning flmmaker whose flms have played in festivals across the globe. Juan studied theatrical performance under Obie-nominated director Larry Sacharow and Tony-nominated director Michael Mayer. Believing that artistic passion and human integrity and generosity should be combined in all works, he began producing and directing small stage works for other writers, eventually moving into the feature flm and commercial world. He has worked in TV, flm, stage, commercials, music videos and more as a Writer, Producer, Director, and 1st AD. juan@tulsalittlejam.com


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    Our Storyteller, Meg Sutherland

    Meg is an independent public relations expert, marketing consultant, and content developer for multiple businesses with over 15 years of experience. She’s also contributed her time, talent, and energies to several area nonproft groups. Meg’s defnitely got a soft spot for musicians, singers and songwriters; probably via osmosis from her dad who is a composer and selftaught musician. meg@tulsalittlejam.com


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    live

    Saturday, October 13th

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