Many of 2017’s best listens were deeply personal, bravely diving into aspects of human emotion that some artists dare not approach.
In 2016, Guthrie brought his Alice’s Restaurant 50th Anniversary Tour to Tulsa’s Brady Theater.
The husband-wife duo started using the pedals as a way to find more cost-effective ways of performing.
“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.’”
“I look at these shows as a way for us all to put matters out of our minds that day — including myself — and give ourselves over to the music,” he said.
“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.”
Hannah Wolff celebrates the release of her Super Collider EP Friday at Blue Note Lounge.
The Happily Entitled combines rock, jazz and pop sounds on a project that bodes well for future efforts.
Opening track “Afterlife” on Greyson Chance’s new EP has the makings of a summer jam.
Bilal, who won a Grammy for his contribution to Kendrick Lamar’s song “These Walls,” performs June 11 at Ice Event Center & Grill.