Showing my age on this one- George Harrison’s 1974 Dark Horse tour goes through Tulsa. This was the 10th of a 45 show tour, and George's first live shows since the Concert for Bangladesh in 1971. The tour was used as a launching of his Dark Horse record label, and featured Ravi Shankar and Billy Preston. Other performers on stage included Tom Scott of the LA Horns, Robben Ford and Andy Newmark. The tour was widely savaged by the press because Harrison refused to make it a Beatles tribute show. He also suffered from a strained voice from over exertion which led some in the press to label the tour "The Hoarse Horse Tour".
To the best of my recollection, this was shot from the first row with a 135mm lens at 2.8, Ektachrome pushed to 800 iso, Nikkormat body. And since this was Tulsa, it was no real surprise that Leon Russell was sitting in the chair behind me. Big night in the little town!
Later that night after the show, we drove by Leon's mansion on 24th street and there were a number of stretch limos in the driveway. We could only assume that Harrison was inside partying with Leon and Billy.