The Mastersons, Sequestered, But Not Suppressed

Maps don’t always tell the whole story. No doubt you’ve seen images of dots and colors filling the country to show the incidence of Covid-19. But maps don’t reveal all of its ripple effects. If you see Kansas City, you might not know that all of the Mastersons tour merch is stuck there in a […]

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Show Review: Jake Shimabukuro and Friends Was Incredible Ukulele at the Blue Note, Honolulu, Hawaii

  Jake Shimabukuro and Friends, March 06, 2020, The Blue Note, Honolulu, Hawaii I moved to Hawaii, the place I call home, in 1995. The Islands were in the midst of a Hawaiian musical renaissance. Israel Kamakawiwoʻole had recently released Facing The Future. It’s laid back ukulele strumming combined traditional Hawaiian language and hapa haole […]

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Show Review: 2020 Woody Fest Concert Series Continues Its Trek Towards Okemah, OK this July

The Woody Guthrie Festival continued their WoodyFest Concert Series fundraising performances this past Sunday evening at the Old Church in Perkins, OK as part of the Cimmaron Breeze Concert Series. The night’s show was the second of the three show warm-up for July’s Woody Guthrie Festival. The Old Church is short for the Methodist Episcopal […]

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Show Review: the Aints and Chloe-Beth with Nellie Clay were Gifted Songwriters with Tangled Emotions at the Deli in Norman OK

I’ve spent a lot of time at Norman, OK’s live music staple, The Deli, lately. It’s addictive. Some of the best local songwriters and musicians congregate at the Campus Corner bar, often collaborating, occasionally inspiring one another, and always supporting one another. Much like the Blue Door, it’s a pretty special place, and pretty amazing […]

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