Many of 2017’s best listens were deeply personal, bravely diving into aspects of human emotion that some artists dare not approach.
Oklahoma Gazette Announces Forty Under 40 Class of 2017 OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Gazette (OKG) hosted the Forty Under 40 Class of 2017 Awards Reception on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at Vast 2 on the 50th Floor of Devon Tower. The evening provided guests and honorees an opportunity to meet and learn more about each other while taking in…
Peter Hughes said there is no need to feel sorry for the many post-punk and new-wave musicians of the 1980s beached ashore by the ever-shifting tide of pop culture’s restless ocean. The Mountain Goats bassist thinks society’s changing tastes might have helped force some of them into greater things. Hughes spoke with Oklahoma Gazette…
Crain has an album release show with Husbands 8 p.m. March 24 at Opolis in Norman.
Shawnee-born singer-songwriter Kierston White will be attending her first Folk Alliance International Conference in February.
Norman musician Travis Linville organizes a festival and prepares to release a new album.
Raspy-voiced Dylan Stewart found a new band to paint the sonic landscape for his eerie but often touching stories, and to an overall great effect. The project also features strong contributions from Samantha Crain, Camille Harp and Travis Linville. Giving Up the Ghost, released Feb. 5, is Stewart’s third album and his first with his…
Samantha Crain works hard to make her own way.
“They’ve done the hard work. They’ve made Oklahoma relevant again at a national level,” Stratton said.