The band will host an album release show Oct. 20 at The Criterion.
Zac Maloy, frontman of former alt rock band The Nixons, brings Nashville songwriters to OKC.
2015 was a great year for music, and 2016 might be even better.
Shirley Clifford will never forget the unnamed older woman in the Buddha shirt who danced and watched bands play at a recent block party.
Hurry up. That’s the gist of JD McPherson’s second solo album, Let the Good Times Roll.
JD McPherson has always been a talent, one Oklahomans readily have adored since his early days with The Starkweather Boys in the mid-2000s.
Producer Jimmy Sutton’s precise attention to past details is Mad Men–esque in its re-creation of rockabilly guitar tones, plunking upright jazz bass, and the way it captures Jonathan Doyle’s tenor sax and McPherson’s voice, which is the kind of durable instrument that made an army of slick-haired, suit-wearing bandleaders famous in the 1950s. It’s more…