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Press Release

Release Date: July 17, 2019

by Chickasaw Nation Media Relations Office

  • Pictured are Jae L. and Crossover, the musical group featured in the monthly McSwain Theatre show, which spotlights local singers and performers. They are, left to right: Tara Scott, Jeff Donaldson, Debbie Allen, Greg Griffin, Kenny Anderson, Mike Price, Jae L. Stilwell, Wayne Morton, Jody Teeter, Gary Bryan and Deni Stubbs.

ADA, Okla. – Vocalists from Oklahoma and Texas will join Jae L. Stilwell and the Crossover band to offer live music 7 p.m., Saturday, July 20, at the historic McSwain Theatre, 130 W. Main St.

Special guests include Clancy Davis, Chandler Elliott and the quartet Red River of Ada; Gary McCarter of Tishomingo; the group Shine Not Burn of Edmond; Sierra Sikes of Choctaw; Pake McEntire of Cairo; Anne Young of Murphy, Texas; and Cathy Lake of Runaway Bay, Texas.

Vocalists have planned performances of favorites like Shania Twain’s “Any Man of Mine,” Lionel Richie’s “Hello,” Dolly Parton’s “Nine to Five,” Anne Murray’s “Oh, Lonesome Me” and George Strait’s “Troubadour,” among others.

Jae L. and Crossover shows encourage audience participation and interaction. The band routinely takes requests and suggestions from the audience.

Crossover’s musicians have decades of combined experience performing with artists who specialize in all genres of music. Band members include Jae L. Stilwell, Jody Teeter, Jeff Donaldson, Deni Stubbs, Greg Griffin, Wayne Morton, Mike Price, Gary Bryan, Kenny Anderson, Debbie Allen and Tara Scott.

About the McSwain Theatre

The McSwain Theatre, 130 W. Main St., has been a part of the Ada downtown entertainment scene since 1920. Restored in 2009 by the Chickasaw Nation, the McSwain Theatre is one of Oklahoma’s premiere live entertainment venues, with performances featuring all types of music, including country, rock, gospel, oldies and more.

For more information, contact the McSwain Theatre at (580) 332-8108 or visit

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