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A volunteer pours a drink through an ice luge at Chefs’ Feast in 2016. | Photo Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma / provided

Chefs’ Feast returns to OKC to raise money for Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma

Chefs’ Feast returns to OKC to raise money for Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma

Participating restaurants include chef Back Door Barbecue, Big Truck Tacos, Pizzeria Gusto, Gages Steakhouse, Republic Gastropub and The Drake Seafood and Oysterette.

The Devil Makes Three | Photo The Devil Makes Three / provided

The Devil Makes Three performs Jan. 11 at ACM@UCO Performance Lab

The 12-track cover album Redemption & Ruin pays homage to the musical artists who have influenced the band in the past.

Kam they do it?

Oklahoma City rockers The Kamals recall many bands on first listen; some moments sound like Queens of the Stone Age, while others like vintage Black Keys or, even more old-school, Robert Johnson. If there’s one descriptor that ties it altogether, it’s sweat, and the five-man crew shed a lot of it recording its debut EP,

June tunes

It’s hard to emerge from the shadow of a legend, but Murali Coryell has made peace with the fact that his father is famed blues guitarist Larry Coryell. “He does things I can’t do. I do things he can’t do. We’re equal. So let’s play together!” the younger Coryell said. And they will, as both

Robert Johnson — The Centennial Collection

So when Robert Johnson’s “The Centennial Collection” was released, I jumped at the chance to reform my opinion on the genre via the greatest bluesman of them all. It features all of Johnson’s recorded output, just like the 1990 release, “The Complete Recordings,” but features different text in the included booklet. Forty-two tracks later, I

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