Heart & Soul

You are invited to join us at our first Heart & Soul Fundraising Dinner on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at the German-American Society of Tulsa. It promises to be a first-class event with entertainment provided by the internationally-known jazz group, the Grady Nichols Band, and LeAnne Taylor from Tulsa’s Channel 6 News serving as Master of Ceremonies. Dinner will be catered by Chinta’s Catering. Tickets for this event are $25 per person. Let us know if you would like to be a table host. 


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 About The Grady Nichols Band 

The world’s most memorable musicians do more than just skillfully play their instrument. Their sound becomes their voice. They fuse with their instruments so completely that it creates a signature, identifiable sound. Sax virtuoso Grady Nichols is that caliber of artist.

Throughout a career that has spanned the last two decades, Nichols has crafted seven highly acclaimed albums and performed extensively, open for such luminaries as Luciano Pavarotti, Ray Charles, Al Green, Wayman Tisdale, and The Beach Boys. A riveting live act, his repertoire runs the gamut from his own compelling original songs to pop/rock classics and Motown hits to compelling original material. His songwriting skills, vocal ability, and musicianship have earned him the admiration of his peers, and his albums have featured such acclaimed guest vocalists as Chicago’s Bill Champlin, Leigh Nash of Sixpence None the Richer fame, Andy Chrisman of 4Him, and Zac Maloy, an alumni of the Nixons.


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About our MC, LeAnne Taylor: 

As a member of the News On 6 team and co-host of Six in the Morning, LeAnne’s alarm goes off every weekday morning at 2:40 a.m. so she can get to work and wake you up. A Tulsa native and graduate of Oral Roberts University with a degree in Telecommunications, she has been on-air in Tulsa since 1984.

She is past president of the Tulsa Chapter of the Association of Women in Communications and a graduate of Leadership Tulsa. In June of 2014, LeAnne was named one of the Williams Women of Inspiration. She was also named Honorary Camp Doctor at Camp Bandage, a safety camp for kids. LeAnne’s community work includes the American Cancer Society, Joy in the Cause, Tulsa County 4-H and Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children. She and her husband, Andy are members of Asbury United Methodist Church where they are active in the Wesley Community. They love sharing time with their children, Rachel and Nick.


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