Diners can enjoy a glass of wine, tuck into a plate of ossobuco and watch the talented dancers move to the music.
“People don’t always need creativity, but they do need food,” he said. “Every day, three times a day.”
Roughtail Brewing Co. celebrates four years of making some of the best IPAs around with a party noon-9 p.m. Saturday at its Midwest City headquarters, 1279 N. Air Depot Blvd.
The band plays everything from big band classics and bebop to Dixieland and Latin jazz.
“I hired people of color, for the most part, who didn’t have the training to be a journalist,” Russell Perry said. “I trained them.”
The gathering in downtown Edmond has become known for its food trucks, craft beer and live music.
“Walter and I get all kinds of crazy ideas in our heads,” O’Dell said. “We’ve done several programs with him here. He’s always calling me up and saying, ‘You need to interview this guy.’”
“When I write melodies, it’s very simple, something you could pluck out at the piano with one finger,” he said.
Nearly a decade after forming in the Pacific Northwest, Tacocat performs in Oklahoma for the first time Feb. 16 at Opolis, 113 N. Crawford Ave., in Norman as part of its Southwest tour. “We’re excited to go. This is going to be a first,” said bassist Bree McKenna. Tacocat bandmates also include vocalist Emily Nokes,…
“He wouldn’t let us be just good enough,” Simmons said. “If we could make it better in certain spots, he would definitely encourage us to make it better.”