The album is available to stream on Spotify.
The first-year festival runs Sept. 22-24 at Blue Doors at Tenkiller near Gore.
The feature-length directorial debut of acclaimed actor William H. Macy is as pivotal to the Oklahoma arts scene as any work in decades.
Elms is a sort of soft rebirth for Chelsey Cope, but it also represents something of a sacrifice.
Compared to Cope’s previous offerings, this new journey is a bold progression into fresh sonic territory.
Photo: Anna Lee It only took one neglected guitar for Oklahoma City singer-songwriter Chelsey Cope to devote herself to music. “My older sister had this weird obsession with Garth Brooks when she was younger. She asked for a guitar to learn how to play, but she was gone all the time. She had a lot…
Much like Samantha Crain and Sherree Chamberlain, Cope’s voice and arrangements are both undeniably Southern, if tailored, sophisticated and modernized enough to avoid be cloyingly so. It’s just the right touch of twang, layered between airy indie harmonies and enchanting melodies. Wipe away everything but the voice and Cope is a dead ringer for Chan…