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How it’s always been

Ty Segall on his new album and DIY roots

One on one

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

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

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’

The life and death of a record store

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

Free weed

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

Low-brow rock-and-roll

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

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

INTERVIEW: Phantogram

The moody electro-pop act returns to Cain’s Ballroom

Farewell, Leon

Remembering the Master

Long distance labor of love

The Phoenix Bros. drop new EP

Bringing it all back home

A conversation with Michael Chaiken, curator of The Bob Dylan Archive

The new Black Wall Street

Tulsa’s hip-hop renaissance signals progress in healing the city’s racial divide

Talent grabs back

Lady players share their experiences in the music scene
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