Festival goers will enjoy three local talents at the upcoming Green Country Wine Festival at Stone Bluff Cellars on Saturday, October 15, Dee Selby, Festival Coordinator said.


Vintage Wildflowers begin the music line up with a performance from noon to 2 pm.

Vintage Wildflowers has developed an enthusiastic legion of fans with their vibrant blend of Celtic harp, Irish flute, fiddle and harmony vocals.  Mix in bits of mandolin, whistle, guitar and banjo and you have an idea of what it's like to spend an afternoon with these women. You can visit their website at www.vintagewildflowers.com


Muskogee favorites, Scott & Leigh Ann Matthews, will perform from 2 to 4 pm on festival day. Leigh Ann and Scott Matthews combine talents and styles to provide a wide variety of music from the 40's to some of today's popular hits.  Selections include classic & contemporary western, soft rock, pop, country, blues, and original compositions. Covering tunes from Sons of the Pioneers and Frank  Sinatra to Cheryl Crow, James Taylor, Garth Brooks, Stevie Nicks, K.T. Tunstall and more. They offer superb vocals accompanied by acoustic guitar, catering music selections to the audience and environment. Visit their website at www.matthews-music.com


Chloe Johns wraps up festival music with her performance from 4 to 6 pm. Chloe is the kind of artist that only comes along once in a great while. Her talent is larger than life, yet she retains the sort of real, soulful earthiness that you can only find in a roadhouse, a cafe or a little dive on the outskirts of town. When she sings, she sings directly to the listener. She invites everyone to take part in the feelings she gets from making and performing her music. Visit her website at www.chloejohns.com


More Fun at Festival for the kids. . .

The Green Country Wine Festival is a family friendly event, Selby said. This year, our line up of kid specific vendors include Face painting by Lynette of Painted Pony Art, Safari Sanctuary, Stone Bluff Fire Department Engine #1 & Life Flight Helicopter, Hot Air Balloons (weather permitting), Grape Juice Tasting (adults can join, too!). Stacy Nyikos, Tulsa children’s author, will be on hand to sign and sell her newest book, “Rope ‘Em”.


A percentage of gate admission for this year's festival will benefit the Pa'O'Lin Club of Haskell and Town and Country School in Tulsa, Selby said. For more information about the Green Country Wine Festival and Stone Bluff Cellars, visit www.stonebluffcellars.com


From Stone Bluff Cellars Winery/Dee Selby, Festival Coordinator, 918 482 5655