As we Shelter in Place, here’s a list of places to visit when it’s safe to uncover Oklahoma.
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Enjoy new music from Jabee and Original Flow.
Bringing “a polytempic ambient piece that pays homage to an unremarkable landscape,” Colourmusic talks about their ambient album in this creator conversation.
Enjoy new music from Sophia Massad, About Wallace, L.T.Z, and Casii Stephan
In this Creator Conversation, I talk with country singer/songwriter, Amy Jack, about her debut album. Amy also shares a favorite Oklahoma memory, how to keep positive, and places she enjoys performing in the state.
In today’s Monday Music Discovery, enjoy new music from KALO and Husbands, plus a Choose Your Own Interview with Klamz from Make Oklahoma Weirder.
Cleveland County has finalized plans for The Well, the healthy living block located in the county seat of Norman. The planned development, a partnership with the Cleveland County Health Department, will bring together physical and virtual health and wellness resources, activities and services for Cleveland County residents and visitors. The Well will also be the new home of the Norman Farm Market.
Composed of “friends who like to make the kind of music that we’d want to listen to,” the Art / Alt-Rock band, The Fills, talks about their energetic EP, Negatives. In this Creator Conversation, The Fills also share their music-making process, their thoughts on the best moonshine, and answer, “If time is your worst enemy, what or who is your best friend?”
A collection of Oklahoma music recommendations from various community influencers.
The award-winning documentary short visits a diverse cast of women and professions in Oklahoma about what they love about their job and advice for those pursuing a career in the sciences.
In this Creator Conversation, I speak with Juan Reinoso of the Tulsa Little Jam. The nonprofit music and talk show was designed to showcase emerging Tulsa music while also giving back to arts education through school music programs.
In the concept album Times and Tides by Walking Relic, three strangers find themselves in a strange land where natural laws cannot be relied on. In this Creator Conversation, I interviewed the “epic indie alternative” band about their music, the story in Times and Tides, why they went that route, and more.
In today’s Monday Music Discovery, enjoy new music from Jeremy Castle.