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A Freedom to and a freedom from

K.Flay is a strong-willed, book-nerd rocker

Turn on, tune in

KOSU hybrid radio show celebrates Tulsa-connected creative treasures

New direction home

How the Bob Dylan Archive, Center, and Institute will forever change the way we see The Bard

Rite of Passage

Some of Tulsa music’s finest share first concert memories

Hosts with the most

Mike Gilliland and Conor Robb of Auggy Reed Studios empower musicians and make local albums happen

Make America dark again

Holy Void offers searing punk rock and blackened harmonies

Works of spirit

TCC’s Signature Symphony celebrates American composition

GALLERY: The Avett Brothers at Cox Business Center Arena

GALLERY: Steve Aoki at Brady Theater

Gimme danger

The Shelter People’s quest for rock ‘n’ roll immortality

Two sounds together

Casii Stephan and Faye Moffett on bridging the gaps between genres

One, two, three, four!

Tulsa Project Theatre’s production of ‘Four Chords and a Gun’ keeps pace with a Ramones song

Tuesday night live

Deep-cut honky-tonking at the Merc

Reviving Woodstock

Political songwriters explore protest song-making at a fitting venue

Party all day—and night

Mardi Gras at the VFW will be family-friendly, then raucous

The stars are aligned

Tulsa Opera celebrates its 70th year with pop music

An ode to entropy

Rachel Bachman releases her new album at Soul City

Good for the soul

Join a singalong in support of three North Tulsa public schools

‘Sweet lady with the nasty voice’ still rocks

Wanda Jackson talks Elvises, assets, and staying humble

Wall of sound

Helen Kelter Skelter’s new album is a turbulent, fuzzy ride
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