• Welcome Cheyanne Flemons!

    We told you last week about the two releases expected this month from Don Flemons, banjo player, singer, and historian of the importance of African peoples in the development of American music and folk ways. First up was his new

  • Marty Stuart – A Timeline

    When you hear the name Marty Stuart, you visualize a stunning head of hair, neck scarf tied perfectly, and a voice that mixes superbly with his extraordinary vocal and instrumental talents. As I sat on the 2nd row at The Tower

  • Dom Flemons announces a double release

    Tonto had the Lone Ranger. Roy had Dale. Batman has Robin. What did they have ? Friends, life would be impossible without them. Dom Flemons, The American Songster may not be a superhero to some, but I like to call him

  • Dom Flemons – Back to the roots

    Recently, The American Banjo Museum, the Oklahoma Arts Council, and the Oklahoma History Center partnered to bring Back to our Roots: An exploration of Roots Music to Oklahoma City. The evening was a discussion of the intersections of jazz, blues,

  • Soul Connection – The Louvat Brothers

    The Louvat Brothers at the 2017 Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival It seems that every band has a Steve! But if given the opportunity to visit with The Louvat Brothers, a string trio based in Belgium, you will find that this talented

  • OIBF Celebrates 21st year in Guthrie

    Byron Berline Band at the 2017 Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival - photo by Pamm Tucker As I drive down the brick-paved streets of the quaint, little Victorian city of Guthrie, OK, the town appears to be very quiet. But from October

  • F5 Touches Down in the Bluegrass World

    It’s a band! It’s acoustic! It’s Steelwind! And they are taking the Oklahoma bluegrass scene by storm. Recently, I had the opportunity to visit with the young duo who lead the band, Blake Parks and Michael Henneberry, both Oklahoma natives. Coming from

  • Sierra Hull mesmerizes at Guthrie

    Sierra Hull at the 2017 annual Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival - photo by Pamm Tucker With a full moon rising, Sierra Hull took the stage at the 21st Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival, a lawn-full of bluegrass music enthusiasts waiting and watching. It

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