A local musician saw a documentary about a rock camp for young girls and worked to bring one to Oklahoma City.
If you like quirky fusion acts like Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey or genre-defining lyricism and piano-based artists like Leon Russell, it’s totally fair to say you’re going to love [PEACH].
Translating a live performance to an album is perhaps the most difficult thing for a band to do, especially when that band is excellent live. And particularly when that band has such a frenetic level of energy that just being in the venue with it induces a state in which it’s impossible not to laugh…
Mastodon talks to Oklahoma Gazette in advance of its Wednesday show in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma Gazette editor-in-chief Jennifer Chancellor visited on Saturday, and here are some of her photos.
Beau Jennings and Norman Music Festival (NMF) go together just fine.
Brian Nhira is a Christ-inspired artist who makes music for everyone.
Oklahoma hip-hop musician Johnny Polygon recently posted this fan-made video, directed by Jeff Hagood, to his official YouTube account.
Oklahoma City ulgly-pop punksters Peyton Bighorse and Kelli Mayo have released a new Skating Polly song, “Benny Once Told Me,” and you can hear it first at Oklahoma Gazette.
Though they are a bit grayer and the lines on their faces a bit deeper, members of Bad Religion are just as likely to tell you to piss off now as they were as teenagers.