Guthrie Green to Host Musical Food Drive

On July 30, the Guthrie Green located in downtown Tulsa will be hosting a local band’s very unique launch party.

Tulsa-based band Henna Roso, headed by Taylor Graham, considers the group to be both a band and a non-profit organization. By drawing in the local crowd with their jazz, funk, and soul fusion sound, Henna Roso’s mission is to generate food donations and monetary support for those who are food insecure in Oklahoma.

Henna Roso is throwing a free show at the urban park that will serve as a benefit concert for the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. According to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, Oklahoma consistently ranks among the top 5 states in the number of people who are food insecure or hungry. It is suggested that every person brings 10 non-perishable food items and/or a monetary donation. All proceeds from the food and raffle donations will directly fund the food bank’s many programs, such as its mobile pantry and senior servings programs.

The launch party will also feature Count Tutu and Bassel & The

Supernaturals before Henna Roso’s performance. Count Tutu, a local Afro-beat band, is also very involved in helping non-profits in the community. Coupled with Bassel & The Supernatural’s jazzy-funk sound, these bands will complement and round out the evening’s performances.

The concert will begin at 2 in the afternoon, so bring family, friends, a blanket or some lawn chairs, and support local music and those who are most in need.


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