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Explosive Sounds

Thirty years ago, give or take a few months, a new double-record album appeared on the shelves of Oklahoma music stores. Featuring a trippy...

Mining for Solid Gold

Tommy Poole readily admits he’s “not expecting to make millions” on the new CD he produced and engineered, even though it’s got a two-time...

Out of a Mercedes Trunk and Deep Freeze

Although I’m well into my fourth decade of writing about music, especially Oklahoma’s music, I’m reminded regularly how much more I have to learn....

The Guitar Guy

One of the things I’ve learned in my decades of writing about Oklahoma’s great rock ‘n’ roll-era musicians is that they are, with a...

A Long Time Comin’

When asked how long he’s been working on his first solo album, the impressive and entertaining Magic Pocket, Bill Belknap laughs heartily “Do you want...

Tulsa’s Western Swing Renaissance

Musicians old and young are bringing Tulsa’s indigenous music form back home.

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...

The Sideman

After more than four decades of performing before audiences in venues large and small, even as he deals with a disease that’s robbed him...

Charley Gardner’s Angels

Here are a couple of things you should know about Chuck Gardner’s Charley’s Angels show, set for Sunday, June 5 at the Oklahoma Jazz...

Like Father, Like Son

Untold numbers of Oklahomans have streamed into Nashville for decades with tunes in their hearts, stars in their eyes and lyrics scribbled in their...
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