We know we can be a bit of a broken record on this subject, but the live music scene in Oklahoma City has really exploded the last couple of years.
With ample Victorian charm and the friendliest folks this side of the Mississippi, Guthrie is an attractive stop to slow down and really take in your surroundings.
In its two years of operation, the Tower Theatre has hosted nearly 700 events in the Uptown 23rd Street District. The venue's operators are trying to get more events at the theatre, including weddings and birthday parties.
We also share a a moment of commiseration over the departure of OKCís favorite adopted son, Russell Westbrook, Floating Films, the relaunch of abetterlifeokc.com and an interview with Tower Theatre's Chad Whitehead.
Christian Pearson and James Beach co-founded OkSessions, with the goal of getting more local bands in venues. They also want to get more people out to see local musicians.
A fanciful, slightly irreverent but not offensive (and frankly, none-too-clever) title for an article dealing with a live music preview
Weíve talked about it before: live music in OKC is truly in one heck of a renaissance period.
Kings of Leon will headline opening weekend festivities for Scissortail Park on Sept. 27.