Arizona alt-rock band Kongos’ genre-bending single “Come With Me Now” is a universal success by every measure: It’s sitting pretty with nearly 50 million YouTube and Spotify plays.
OKC has many musicians and bands you should check out, start with this list first.
“They’ve done the hard work. They’ve made Oklahoma relevant again at a national level,” Stratton said.
Too often, noise music is more about the show than the tell.
Limp Wizurdz grew up.
Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton held a $5 concert in front of The Ladysmith Bed & Breakfast in Tisomingo.
Few Oklahoma artists have utilized 2014 the way that singer-songwriter Aaron Pierce has
Tim Buchanan would have been forgiven for simply biding his time while awaiting the future of Glow God, one that is on pause at the moment with a member doing research in Germany.
The scope of Oklahoma folk looks drastically different now than it did even five years ago, a veritable oil boom compared to the slow trickle that had preceded in the years — even decades — prior. Artists like John Fullbright and Parker Millsap are hogging the Americana spotlight on a national scope, nabbing Grammy nods…
Tyson Meade, a longtime local musician and Oklahoma’s “godfather of alternative rock” recently spoke to many of his friends — also fellow musicians — about their favorite moments, music and feats of 2014.