ARCADIA — Singer-songwriter Nellie Clay will provide “Morning Music” from 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Arcadia Round Barn.
Clay is currently based in Oklahoma. After nearly a decade in Alaska, she relocated to Nashville, spending three years touring and playing Music City's regular venues.
The Oklahoma-born Clay has a trademark Okie yowl and is electric dustbowl with a backing band. Following up her two previous records, "Born Too Late" and "Never Did What I Shoulda Done," Clay has a new record called "We Got Songs to Sing."
Her latest studio work includes a Woody Guthrie song and a Buffalo Rogers duet sung with co-producer Jason Scott. A number of Oklahoma musicians can be heard singing and playing on the collection of new, old-time songs.
The self-proclaimed "campfire singer" plans to hit the road in 2019 and will kick off the new year opening for Eliza Gilkyson in Oklahoma.
Admission is free to the nonprofit Arcadia Round Barn but donations are accepted. The barn is located six miles east of Interstate 35 on Historical Route 66, and is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.