‘Live From Tulsa’ – Lance Roark Releases Killer EP From The Historic Cain’s Ballroom

Lance Roark Country Music
Lance Roark

Now that is red dirt.

We’ve said it before, and we will say it again: Lance Roark is on the list of Oklahomans that you need to keep your eye on. The Tahlequah native (hailing from the same city as the legendary Turnpike Troubadours) became friends with RC Edwards during the band’s hiatus and shortly began touring with RC and the Ambers.

After the two found their groove, Roark became a permanent member of their band. While he is a stellar addition, his solo work is also note-worthy. Roark has since hit the road, opening for Turnpike, Muscadine Bloodline, Wyatt Flores, and other big names in the scene.

Yesterday, he dropped a live EP staying tried and true to his Oklahoma roots, releasing a live set from this historic Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Feels fitting given his history with Turnpike Troubadours and their iconic lines from “Easton & Main”:

“Well, I left my heart in Tulsa, on the corner of Easton and MainOn the Cain’s Ballroom floor soakin’ up a bourbon stain”

The EP, Live From Tulsa, embodies Lance Roark’s performance. The road warrior captivates audiences with his electric stage presence. You can feel the passion he has for his music through each track on the EP, and this live performance is a perfect showcase of the talent that is oozing from his fingertips.

“I’m really excited for everyone to hear them the way music should be heard. Loud, Hard, and Unapologetically Raw. This is Rock N Roll-Honky Tonk.

I hope y’all enjoy listening to them as much as we did creating them!”

This is one well worth firing up on your Saturday. Check out some of my favorites while you’re here.

“Oklahoma Blacktop”

“Rain Shine or Overtime”

“Hard Road to Hold”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock