Cains Ballroom 39x26 Canvas Wrap
NOT CURRENTLY IN STOCK - THIS CAN BE ORDERED
The Cain's Ballroom is a Tulsa favorite! It is a historic music venue built in 1924 by Tulsa entrepreneur Tate Brady, The Cain’s Ballroom has gone from a garage, a dime-a-dance joint and a dancing academy until it became what is known by artists and patrons alike as one of the top performance venues in the world today.
As The Home of Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys from 1935 to 1942, the ballroom was especially significant for popularizing a new sound of western music called western swing, a form of country and western that combined jazz, hillbilly, boogie, blues, big band swing, rhumba, mariachi and jitterbug music. Weekly dances, a midnight radio show and a daily noon-hour program were played by Bob Wills during what are remembered as his “glory years.”
The Cain's continues to be a popular club venue hosting bands from all over the country! We love the Cain's!
Created by Local Tulsa Photographer, Bert Peake, Peake Photography & Design this piece of artwork will be a topic of conversation and be a perfect fit for any home or office.
Printed on quality canvas and stretched - 1.5" thick museum quality frame. Dust cover on back. Hangers included.
In Tulsa? We will drop this off on your doorstep or you can pick it up. I can have this drop shipped to your location as well. Call or text me if interested 918-527-3713. Stay healthy!