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OKG Newsletter


Topic: Live Music Previews

New It Dies Today vocalist settling in


Music

J. Patrick Crain
The replacement of one's lead singer after claiming a loyal fan base and a respectable amount of ink is hardly ever a good sign. But don't tell that to It Dies Today when the band rolls through Oklaho...
 
Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Cross Canadian Ragweed comes home to debut new CD


Music

Tory Troutman
There's a good reason one-third of Cross Canadian Ragweed's releases are live albums: It is first and foremost a live act. Although lead singer and songwriter Cody Canada acknowledged the group...
 
Thursday, October 4, 2007

Stint as a nanny fuels singer/songwriter's new record


Music

Bryan Mangieri
The eclectic, roots-rock-flavored music of Derek James takes style notes from singer/songwriters like Jack Johnson and John Mayer, and rings of rock 'n' roll bands like Coldplay. Interestingly enough...
 
Thursday, October 11, 2007

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey exploring new musical frontiers


Music

Dave Bond
In the last 15 years or so, an ever-growing contingent of authentically creative, forward-thinking artists has been dragging jazz out of the doldrums, often fusing traditional elements of the genre ...
 
Thursday, October 11, 2007

Folk singer Gilkyson comfortable with being an outsider


Music


As the third generation of a musical family with a lifelong close-up view of the music business, Eliza Gilkyson said she's quite comfortable with being a relative industry outsider. "I've always live...
 
Thursday, October 11, 2007

Folkster Ramblin' Jack Elliott brings songs, stories to metro


Music

Dave Bond
When one looks at the career of folk singer and guitarist Ramblin' Jack Elliott, one gets a broad snapshot of 20th-century American folk music. And for anyone interested in Oklahoma music, he's an imp...
 
Thursday, October 18, 2007

Billy Joe Winghead celebrating 15 years with new album


Music

Charles Martin
Tiki-bar punk band Billy Joe Winghead is a landlocked and languishing in Middle America has a new album, "Dark Ride" " a shot of Butthole Surfers-style psychedelics chased with some swamp-water blue...
 
Thursday, October 18, 2007

Flaming Lips Alley's official dedication slated Thursday


Music

Joe Wertz
If you have lunch plans on Thursday, you should cancel them. And if they involve going anywhere near Bricktown, they will probably need to be rescheduled. The dedication of Flaming Lips Alley, which...
 
Thursday, October 25, 2007

Burlesque troupe aims to revive vaudeville at Blue Note


Music

Charles Martin
Snickers bars and hard candy won't be the only thing to unwrap this Halloween. The Dustbowl Dolls Burlesque troupe is holding its Spookabilly Burlesque show at the Blue Note Saturday night. Like the...
 
Thursday, October 25, 2007

Varying musicians find common ground in Citizen 5


Music

Charles Martin
Sculpting crossover appeal isn't an easy task, but Citizen 5 is doing just that under the leadership of keyboardist Ricardo Sasaki. He reached the mainstream in Latin America in the Nineties with the ...
 
Thursday, November 1, 2007
 
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