After more than three decades together, 38 Special continue to deliver top-notch performances in more than 100 cities per year. The “Wild-Eyed Southern Boys” will perform live at the Event Center at River Spirit Friday, January 23 at 7 p.m.
The legendary powerhouse 38 Special formed in 1976 and have released 15 albums, many of them reaching Gold and Platinum status. The band is well-known for their arena rock-pop hits including breakout song, “Hold On Loosely,” the No. 1 Billboard tracks “Caught Up in You” and “If I’d Been the One.” 38 Special continues to enjoy enduring success, and keeps a hectic touring schedule.
The current line-up consists of founding member Don Barnes, guitarist/vocalist Danny Chauncey, bassist Barry Dunaway, drummer Gary Moffatt and keyboardist/vocalist Bobby Capps.
Tickets for 38 Special start at $30 and are available at riverspirittulsa.com and the Players Club Box Office, located inside the main casino.
About River Spirit Casino
River Spirit Casino showcases 200,000 square feet of gaming space and features one of the largest gaming floors in Oklahoma. With over 2,600 high-tech electronic machines, 13 poker tables, and 15 table games, River Spirit Casino is the destination of choice for casino excitement. Additional casino amenities include a non-smoking gaming area and a high-stakes room. Guests can enjoy several dining and beverage venues including Johnny Rockets, the largest casino buffet in Oklahoma, a grab and go express café, an entertainment lounge and a newly renovated sports bar. River Spirit Casino is located on the banks of the Arkansas River at 81st & Riverside Drive in Tulsa, Oklahoma. For more information on River Spirit Casino please visit the website www.riverspirittulsa.com.
As an active community partner, River Spirit Casino provides a positive economic impact for Tulsa and surrounding towns. Proceeds from gaming operations help to fund a variety of Muscogee (Creek) Nation service programs such as housing, education, elderly assistance and health care. For more information on the tribe’s history and government, please visit the Muscogee (Creek) Nation's Web site. www.muscogeenation-nsn.gov.