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Number 100 Brings Us Back To Claremore

With all thanks to Vida and Dan Schuman, respectively publisher/founder and president/editorial director of Oklahoma Magazine, I wrote my first two entries for what...

Leon’s Legacy

Exiting the Cain’s Ballroom stage after he and a stellar ad hoc band had romped joyously through the old chestnut “Trouble in Mind,” Rodney...

Dracula’s Ghost

I’ve written in this space before about monster kids, those baby-boomer boys (mostly) who grew up immersed in the golden era of escapist horror...

From Country to Crooning

It’s been 27 years since I first wrote about Oklahoma’s Tim Rushlow, who was then the lead singer for a spirited young group called...

Still Rumbling

I thought I was using myths to write a story. Turned out that I used a story to write a myth. – S.E. Hinton, from...

A Guide To Yesteryear

If you grew up around Tulsa anytime from the mid-‘50s through the early part of the ‘70s and you were at all aware of...

Always on the Mind

The just-released Always is Dwight Twilley’s first new disc in a little over three years, and one listen tells you that he put a...

The Mayor of the Midway

After talking with William Davis following the June 15 death of his father – Bill Davis, the Tulsa entertainment legend – I remembered a...

Return Of The Great Divide

Legendary Stillwater band, the Great Divide, buries the hatchet for a reunion show.

A Shooting Star

My hometown of Chelsea, with a population that’s fluctuated between 1,500 and 2,500 for most of its existence, is one of those little Oklahoma...
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