Okee Dokee Brothers Bring Winter to NYC

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The self-named rustic duo the Okee-Dokee Brothers bring their high altitude (from Colorado) ecological euphoria to Symphony Space in New York City on Saturday, January 5, 2019.

Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing are touring in support of their latest CD, Winterland.

The Okee Dokee Brothers

Winterland features 16 original compositions, themed loosely around being home for the holidays with the family. Their return as part of the Just Kidding Club series begins at 11 AM at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater ($17 tickets for non-members).

As I wrote in my review of Winterland way back in November, the album “demonstrates how to sing educational tunes about the great outdoors and nature without overwhelming the fun and singalong quality of the material.” They will also perform songs from the rest of their catalog, including the Grammy-award winning Can You Canoe?

Joe and Justin have dedicated Winterland to their beloved and endangered winters, which are warming fast as a result of climate change. To help ensure their fans can enjoy a lifetime of snowy winter exploration, the Okee Dokees are donating 10% of all Winterland CD sales to Askov Finlayson’s Keep the North Cold initiative, which supports leading-edge climate solutions in the North and across the country. Read more about their important mission here.

You can purchase tickets for the Okee Dokee Brothers’ show at Symphony Space on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 11 am by going here.

Here is the video for their song, “Blankets of Snow”:

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