Country music icon Roy Clark welcomes his American Banjo Museum exhibit with a concert and an interview.
Martin turned his focus to songwriting after a short career in football.
Fielder spent this summer working on a studio album with members of Norman outlaw country tribute band Empty Bottles.
Emmanuel performs Dec. 14 at Midwest City’s Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet Center.
Setzer released the new concert DVD Rockabilly Riot: Osaka Rocka — Live in Japan 2016 earlier this month.
Local organizers raise money for Classen School of Advanced Studies with a barbecue.
A local music festival celebrates Oklahoma musician Charlie Christian, widely regarded as the first major soloist on the electric guitar.
The Electric Rag Band’s sixth album is a guaranteed good time.
Warren Haynes’ respect for Jimi Hendrix, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd is matched only by his desire to beat them.
He does just that, capably crafting a diverse collection of songs that run the gamut of Death Cab For Cutie-leaning indie (“So Many Deserving”), polished folk pop (“Freedom”) and ’90s alt-rock (“Next Time You’ll Know”), making for a tight, acoustic-driven affair with lots of personality. Stripped-down usually necessitates simplicity, but Prinz is so at ease…