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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

Collaging eras

An interview with Yeasayer’s Chris Keating

Space Cowboy prepares for liftoff

John Calvin Abney releases sophomore album

Courtyard Concert Series | Endless Forms

INTERVIEW: Tegan and Sara

The prolific indie pop duo will perform at Cain's Ballroom on Monday

Road work

Jason Isbell returns to Tulsa for Mother Road Revival
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