“I don’t know a person that doesn’t love Motown music,” Johnson said.
“First tried it in 1990 at a college I went to in Kentucky, just at clubs around town, and the rest is history,” Tone said. “I hit the road in 1993 and didn’t look back.”
With the music industry’s strongest focus in New York City and Los Angeles, Mack said the “No Coast” title is fitting for both Oklahoma’s geographical location and its attitude.
OKCPS’ Northeast Task Force works to develop recommendations for change in northeast Oklahoma City schools.
Black restaurateurs have worked hard to realize their dreams and bring a wide range of interesting flavors to OKC.
“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.’”
“The best thing for me is giving them the chance to change, giving them the chance to shine,” Mosley said.
“When you’re in the middle of it, you can’t wait until it’s over,” he said.
“I think everyone’s an artist, and that’s the main conversation I have with people when they come to the door,” Wiggins said.
“The challenge for us is how do we modernize that and make it relevant to the particular programming that we’re doing,” Owens said.