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KOSU operations director Ryan LaCroix. | Photo Gazette / file

KOSU and The Spy are making some tweaks to their programming, bringing new music shows into the market

KOSU and The Spy are making some tweaks to their programming, bringing new music shows into the market

The shift puts an emphasis on music discovery and come-and-go programming during the afternoons and weekends.

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Turnpike Troubadours celebrates five years of Medicine Stone Music Festival ahead of a new album release

The band will host an album release show Oct. 20 at The Criterion.

Miho Kolliopoulos takes a break from moving to talk about his history playing music in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, May 23, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Historic guitarist’s move to Greece signals an era’s end in Oklahoma City’s eclectic music scene

Miho Kolliopoulos is the brother of pioneering punk vocalist Basile Kolliopoulos, who died in 2013.

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The Blue Door’s annual tribute to Woody Guthrie confronts perceived fascism

Blue Door owner Greg Johnson has been organizing a Woody Guthrie tribute every year since 1991.

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Cover Story: Gazette Music Awards class of 2016 winners and honorees

Reader votes were tallied and revealed one unsurprising truth: The fans got it right.

Thinkin’ about Woody

Photo: Robin Carson / Woody Guthrie Archives No one disputes that Woody Guthrie is the most significant Anglo-American folksinger, period. He merged the British ballad musical and storytelling tradition with African-American blues; added the incisive and humorous sociopolitical commentary of Will Rogers; and became the emblematic folk-music spokesperson for the downtrodden, beat-up, misused and abused

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