Tulsa-based jazz fusion icon Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey headlines this year’s inaugural WestFest street party, joining almost 20 music acts in a celebration of the eclectic district.
“It’s Van Hagar,” Hagar corrected himself, laughing.
I am a white female, and I am privileged. I got my first job before I was old enough to have a driver’s license, and I’ve worked ever since. I graduated from an excellent public high school and then a public college. I’m fortunate to work full-time, with benefits, in my chosen career field. My…
Organizers expect more than 75,000 OKC Pride Week revelers at events that run through Sunday along the strip on Northwest 39th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue.
Whether taking a break from this week’s festivities or relaxing, keep this list close and binge-watch these LGBT-themed films.
Enid-born singer-songwriter Karen Dalton released only two albums before her death in 1993, and neither contained anything she wrote.
As deadCENTER Film Festival embarks on its 15th consecutive year, its roster has grown to include local, regional, national and international films in multiple categories like documentary, shorts, comedy and drama.
Lead vocalist Erin Ames spits out the lyrics to its title track with a heaviness and determination reminiscent of Alison Mosshart or Janis Joplin: angry and pointed.
“This show will better in every way possible,” Ian said. “This is the real Anthrax.”
If you like quirky fusion acts like Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey or genre-defining lyricism and piano-based artists like Leon Russell, it’s totally fair to say you’re going to love [PEACH].