• A magical weekend at Banjo Fest 2018

    Tim Allan, Béla Fleck, Tony Trischka, and John McEuen at the 2018 American Banjo Museum Hall of Fame induction - photo by Pamm Tucker In 1998, The National Four-String Banjo Hall of Fame was established to honor jazz age tenor banjo pioneers,

  • Jana Jae and The Blue Violin

    The lady behind the “blue violin” may not be a true native to the state of Oklahoma; however, Jana Jae has come full circle back to her roots. Born to graduates of The Juilliard School of Music in New York City,

  • Shelby Eicher’s Cavalcade of Talent

    Shelby Eicher at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame (March 2018) - photo by Sandi Cooksey Last Wednesday night was no different than any other Eicher Wednesday at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. Shelby Eicher always has tons of talent,

  • Darrin Vincent – Things come in season

    Darrin Vincent, and his father Johnny According to Darrin Vincent, the bass playing half of Dailey & Vincent, his daddy, Johnny, always told him, “Things come in season.”   The era of the 1960s was a season of beginnings for Johnny. He

  • Welcome Cheyanne Flemons!

    We told you last week about the two releases expected this month from Dom 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

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