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The wisdom of grief

Pade’s first album: ‘Best Year Ever’

One on one

John Oates talks Hall & Oates’s new tour, his memoir, and playing Tulsa

The naked cult on the Muthaship

Looking back on a wild time with Tulsa’s favorite adopted punk band, Hickey

Block party

Mary and Jamie Oldaker’s MOJOFest returns to Tulsa’s East Village

Emotional, not mathematical

An interview with Billy Howerdel, founding member of A Perfect Circle

Situational vibes

Eclectic music showcase at The Yeti brings musicians together

The multi-tasking percussionist

Central High instructor Marcus James writes, performs, records and teaches music

Green day

Navigating Tulsa’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

Music is she

A female-led music festival is born

Bad presidents make for good music

Tom Morello talks Woody Guthrie, public enemies, and ‘Old Man Trump’

Lady behind the curtain

Through Tulsa FMAC, Abby Kurin works to connect and promote Tulsa creatives

The life and death of a record store

Holy Mountain Records closes as two new vinyl shops come to town

Coming home

Annie Ellicott’s return to Tulsa

Free weed

Juicy J talks touring, Barry White, and the enduring popularity of “Bandz A Make Her Dance”

Harvest time in the Pastures of Plenty

Amid rising costs, the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival seeks new revenue streams

Low-brow rock-and-roll

The Fabulous Minx gears up for an album release and a weird party

GALLERY: Red Hot Chili Peppers and Trombone Shorty at BOK Center 1-14-17

Photographer Phil Clarkin takes you to the front row.

From KFC to sushi

An interview with Nappy Roots

The year's best music

Tulsa artists and tastemakers pick their favorite albums of 2016

INTERVIEW: Third Eye Blind

On the heels of a new EP, the 90s hitmakers play Tulsa
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