“I remember the game machines. We would go in there at night,” Luke Dick said. “Being able to play all the video games for free was a serious draw for a toddler.”
“He’s going to fall in love with us,” Novey blurted. “He’s going to call and he’s going to want to fly us out to his ranch or wherever he lives.”
Clifford last released an album in May 2012.
Guthrie was commissioned to write 26 songs in the 1940s for a documentary about Columbia River dams in the Pacific Northwest.
Drummer Griffin Goldsmith talks about his family’s music tradition, Bob Dylan’s songwriting legacy and We’re All Gonna Die with Oklahoma Gazette.
Gaither’s project is dedicated to the ideas of community-building and the theology of creativity.
Martin turned his focus to songwriting after a short career in football.
Folk musician Ellis Paul is interested in how Oklahoma and various regions across the United States approach songwriting.
“When I paint, I’m inspired by Jackson Pollock, but my style is much more aggressive. I run at the canvas, throwing paint. I injure myself,” he said as he rolled up a pant leg and showed a fresh welt. “It’s kind of like primal scream therapy with paint.”
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…