Hailing from Orlando, FL Oklahoma Stackhouse is a collective of eight good friends who get together to play music all over the Sunshine State and beyond. Formed in 2011 in Orlando by guitarist Jack Hinz and Nick Muccigrosso, the group began as a no-frills guitar and drums duo who got together to play local shows. Since then, the group has expanded to its current iteration, featuring a full horn section and a vast array of genre bending jams.
The band's style has been dubbed "Southern Tropical Rock", combining elements of ska, rock, reggae, blues, jazz and funk. To date, Oklahoma Stackhouse has released two full length albums: "Jah Won't Let Me Live at Outback Steakhouse" in 2013, followed by "Bird Dog Blues" in 2015.
After a brief recording hiatus while the band focused on live performances, Stackhouse released "The St. Pete Singles" in 2018, comprised of two songs recorded with Ted Bowne of Passafire at the Lizard Lodge studio in St. Petersburg, FL. In December of 2020, the band released their very first holiday track, "Bells In My Head (Requiem for a Sleigh Ride)". After three years of recording and preparation, the third full-length album, "Ok." was released on April 22, 2022.
The band's unique style and high energy culminate in recordings and live shows that anyone and everyone can enjoy. So no matter what your ears may crave, Oklahoma Stackhouse invites you to tune in and join them in challenging the musical norm.
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