Oklahoma Musicians Assemble Band of Wizards "Neville and the Longbottoms" to Headline 2nd Annual Wizards on Western Festival

Oklahoma Musicians Assemble Band of Wizards “Neville and the Longbottoms” to Headline 2nd Annual Wizards on Western Festival

Artists from local bands have combined to form a band of wizards that will be headlining the Wizards on Western Festival (formerly known as Harry Potter Festival) at the Will Rogers Theatre in OKC. The band's members are Joel T. Mosman of Oklahoma Uprising, Jeremy Hall of Welcome Little Stranger, Amanda and Justin Fortney of Stranded at the Station, and the multi-instrumentalist John Rouse of The Dirty 86’d and Jessica Tate Jazz Trio. Neville and the Longbottoms will be performing in full wizard attire as they perform an entire set of well known songs about magic.


Neville and the Longbottoms

In Concert at the Will Rogers Theatre

Sunday, November 12th, 2017

Doors @ 6:30pm

Showtime @ 7pm

All Ages

Tickets $10 GA

In 2017, the individual members of the Longbottoms have achieved many musical successes. Most recently Amanda and John appeared in the hit paranormal folk opera “The Gallow Walkers”. Mosman was recently honored by supporting country music legend Roy Clark as an opening act. Mosman also received 2nd place in the 2017 Woody Guthrie Songwriting Contest. Jeremy Hall and his wife Holly are the brains behind the music and history podcast “The Most Wonderful Wonder”. Justin Fortney is regarded as one of the most tasteful songwriters in Oklahoma with an unforgettable voice. Justin is also credited as being one of the main organizers of Red Brick Nights Festival.

Each ‘Longbottom’ brings their own respective style to the table. Neville and the Longbottoms are best described as a roots rock band incorporating instruments from fiddle, banjo, and harmonica to electric guitar and drums topped with 4 part vocal harmonies.

For more information on Wizards on Western, ticket sales to theater events and volunteer opportunities, visitwww.wizardsonwestern.com.


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