REVIEW: Fantastic Negrito’s “Please Don’t Be Dead” Contains No Throwaway Tracks

Fantastic Negrito’s “Please Don’t Be Dead” album on Cooking Vinyl records, for all intents and purposes, is autobiographical magnificence. Self written and produced, the tale it tells, is a vastly important one. It’s an acknowledgement of life’s troubles, but more importantly a celebration of life, and a testament of positivity in the face of adversity. […]

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Show Review: Ramblin’ Jack Elliott is a Chance at Folk History in OKC’s Blue Door

An opportunity to witness Ramblin’ Jack Elliott ply his trade in the intimate confines of The Blue Door is not one to be squandered. Well into his 80’s, Elliott is a living, breathing musical connection to Woody Guthrie, having admired, studied under and lived with the quintessential American folk singer. Indeed, it’s been documented that […]

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Show Review: Lindsey Buckingham Highlighted “Lost” Classics at OKCs Showplace Theatre

This year I found myself facing a dilemma I wasn’t expecting. Back in January it was announced Fleetwood Mac was hitting the road again, but this time without guitarist and songwriter Lindsey Buckingham. Word was he had been dismissed from the band. Without getting into the hows and whys of this decidedly ever-present dysfunctional Fleetwood […]

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