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Oklahoma History Center Opens Newest Exhibit “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘Oklahoma!’: The Birth of Modern Musical Theatre and a New Image for the State” OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma History Center’s newest exhibit, “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘Oklahoma!’: The Birth of Modern Musical Theatre and a New Image for the State,” celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Broadway production’s debut. The exhibit opens on Thursday, July 12, and may be viewed during the History Center’s normal hours… Continue Reading Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” ExhibitFind out more »
Opened in 1958, originally as The Colony Inn, this legendary Tulsa hotspot has been sold and reopened several times. In the 70's Leon Russell owned this joint and folks still come by telling stories of Eric Clapton and George Harrison getting out of limos to play in the corner of this little bar. As recently as four years ago, live music at the Colony was forbidden by the landlord. When after months of phone calls… Continue Reading Tom Skinner Science ProjectFind out more »
Come and show off your talents (or your entertaining singing skills) at Libby’s Open Mic Night! Good friends, good music, and good fun.Find out more »
Roger Jaeger returns to Tulsa for a special presentation of songs from his latest record - "Fall Off the Earth!" Also presenting: Desi and Cody Jacob Everett Wallace Music TBA Tulsa-born, Roger Jaeger made his first trip to India in 2005. Enamored by the welcoming and nourishing culture, and captivated by its music, the Oklahoma native made India his second home where he honed his writing and music production craft, and learned to play sitar proficiently.… Continue Reading Roger JaegerFind out more »
Rock ‘n’ roll is all about cutting loose. It’s about throwing back a few drinks, raising your hands, banging your head, and living out loud. Texas Hippie Coalition cook up the soundtrack to your “good time” with their fourth full-length album, Ride On . Their countrified blues riffs simmer with metallic edge, while each chorus ignites a sing-a-long. The Texas quartet—Big Dad Ritch , John Exall , Cord Pool , and Timmy Braun —have formally… Continue Reading Texas Hippie CoalitionFind out more »
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