20 Years Gone

Join us for our big event in Tulsa on February 29th at 7:00 pm

About this event

In 2004 we lost a true Tulsa treasure, Debbie Campbell. This event celebrates her life and legacy with stories, archival video & live music.

Join us in commemorating the 20-year anniversary of the passing of Tulsa legend Debbie Campbell. This special event takes place on Feb 29 at the historic Tulsa Little Theatre, a night filled with storytelling, archival video, and live music performances.

Event Highlights:

  • 🎙️ Stage Production: Featuring storytelling, archival video, and live music performances, offering an immersive experience into Debbie’s captivating journey.
  • 🎪 Pop-Up Debbie Museum: Doors open at 5:30 pm, giving you a chance to explore a curated exhibit showcasing Debbie’s life and career.

Supporting Debbie’s Legacy: All proceeds from this event contribute to bringing Debbie’s story to life through the Rediscovering Debbie Campbell podcast, a documentary film, and a book. Your presence and support help us celebrate the legacy of a true Tulsa icon.

Stay tuned for more details, including confirmed participants and performers, as we continue to unveil the magic of Debbie Campbell’s life.

Re-Discovering Debbie Campbell

Debbie, born in 1950 in Fort Worth Texas, embarked on a remarkable journey in her teen years as part of the all-girl group, the Kandy Kanes. In the 1970s, she glimpsed national stardom with the band Buckwheat. Settling in Tulsa in 1974, she became an integral part of the Tulsa music community until her passing on Feb 28, 2004.

Debbie’s stepson, Lynz Floren, is delving into her rich archive of audio and video recordings, conducting interviews with those who knew and played music with her. This effort unfolds in the Rediscovering Debbie Campbell podcast, where her extraordinary life story comes to life.