Jae L. and Crossover show plans Halloween special

Submitted photoDusk gives way to night behind the skyline of Ada, as seen from the McSwain Theatre’s second floor. On the evening of Oct. 21, this same scene will take on a festive fall facade as the Jae L. and Crossover band presents its Halloween special.

Vocalists from Oklahoma and Texas will join the Jae L. and the Crossover band for this year’s Halloween special at 7 p.m. Oct. 21 on the historic McSwain Theatre stage, 130 W. Main St.

The band will be dressed in its costumes and invites attendees to do the same.

Returning special guests include Clancy Davis, Haley Miller and Chandler Elliott, of Ada; Kaitlyn Anne, of Atoka; and the group OK 3 from Edmond.

The McSwain Theatre will also be welcoming Jack Phillips of Sulphur Bluff, Texas, to the stage for the first time.

Phillips is a 12-year-old vocalist and multi-instrumentalist who plays the fiddle, mandolin and guitar. He is known for his western swing and traditional country tunes and recently released his first self-titled CD.

Jae L. and Crossover shows encourage audience participation and interaction. The band routinely takes requests and suggestions from the audience. Performances span many genres, everything from country to classic hits.

Crossover musicians have decades of combined experience performing with artists who specialize in all genres of music.

Band members include Jody Teeter, Jeff Donaldson, Greg Griffin, Wayne Morton, Mike Price, Gary Bryan, Kenny Anderson, Deni Stubbs, Debbie Allen and Tara Scott.

Season tickets for all Jae L. and Crossover shows are now available. For ticket information, contact the McSwain office at (580) 332-8108 or at www.mcswaintheatre.com.

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Eric Swanson is the City Hall and general assignment reporter for The Ada News. He spent 15 years working at the Dodge City Daily Globe in Dodge City, Kansas, before joining The Ada News’ staff in 2012.