TULSA, OK -- Earl Clark, a well-known Tulsa musician who died earlier this week, will be remembered in a benefit concert at the Jazz Depot in downtown Tulsa Friday night.
Clark, 58, died Monday after suffering a massive heart attack.
"Remembering Earl Clark" will include performances from Eldredge Jackson, bluesman Ray D. Rowe, Chuck Cissel, and several others.
The benefit concert starts at 7 p.m. Admission is free. Donations for the Earl Clark Scholarship Fund will be accepted.
For more information, call the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame at 918-281-8600.