If a song a day keeps the doctor away, Randy Montgomery may be immortal. He’s on his way to 200 consecutive tunes.
Music Mia Cantu
Folk and blues artist Randy Montgomery started making music when he was
14 years old. As a self-taught guitar player, he would mimic the ways of
his musical idols, Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie.
OKG7 things to do Gazette staff
Fresh from South by Southwest, indie folk’s Brown Bird flutters in to El
Reno’s Centre Theater, 110 S. Bickford, for a Monday concert to benefit
El Reno Rotary Club’s community projects and Mission El Reno summer
mission camp. Joining the Rhode Island duo on the 5:30 p.m. bill are The
Dizzy Pickers and O Fidelis. Visit elrenorotary.eventbrite.com.
Folk Joshua Boydston
Fledgling singer-songwriter and Purcell native Parker Millsap builds
quite a foundation with stand-up bassist Michael Rose on their debut, Palisade. From the sounds of it, a monumental career is in the works.
Country Phil Bacharach
On Goodbye Normal Street, their third full-length album, Turnpike Troubadours serve up a potent brew of country, bluegrass, folk and even Creole (just to kick it up a notch). The quintet from Stillwater produces music that’s straightforward and simple, but hardly simplistic.