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  • Thank you, Wilson.

    Wilson Curtis has stepped down from the NMA Board of Directors to accept a great job offer in the gorgeous state of Colorado. We are sad to lose him to the other side of the panhandle, but happy for his opportunity just the same.

    As he moves away, he does so with a promise to return annually and continue to serve the Norman Music Festival as the Power Volunteer he’s always been – and we are quite happy for that! When it comes to hard work, on everything from Production expertise or tireless physical tasks, there has been no one on Team NMF as good at it as Wilson.

    The NMA Board of Directors would like to thank Wilson for the years of service, and we wish you well in the beautiful Colorado Rockies. Good luck, sir!

    Quentin Bomgardner
    President
    Norman Music Alliance Nonprofit 501(c)(3)

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  • Thank You, Steven.

    Steven White has stepped down from the NMA Board of Directors, and is pursuing new positive directions with his family.

    As he moves forward, let’s take a moment to look back. Over the years, Steven helped the NMF bring amazing talent to our downtown streets. From powerful Main Stage headliners like Joy Formidable and Portugal The Man to impressive Depot Stage acts like the legendary Leon Russell or Keller Williams, hometown heroes like Mike Hosty and JD McPherson, and even rising stars before they were stars… John Moreland, Parker Millsap, John Fullbright. There are too many to count.

    Steven also served well as the NMA’s first President. The first couple of years’ transition out of the NAC was a very challenging time. Steven’s hard work during this phase is a big reason why the NMF survived.

    The NMA Board of Directors would like to thank Steven for all he’s done. Steven, we wish you much success and many happy adventures FAR into the future.

    Quentin Bomgardner
    President
    Norman Music Alliance Nonprofit 501(c)(3)

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