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Stillwater country band No Justice set to storm Bricktown


Tory Troutman August 30th, 2007

Stillwater's rowdy five-piece No Justice will play the Wormy Dog Saloon, on Wednesday, Sept. 5, in Bricktown " the band's second show in a three-day home stand. The band also will play Okemah's Red ...

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Stillwater's rowdy five-piece No Justice will play the Wormy Dog Saloon, on Wednesday, Sept. 5, in Bricktown " the band's second show in a three-day home stand.

The band also will play Okemah's Red Dirt Harvest Festival on Labor Day weekend before heading back to Texas. Then, it's back home to Stillwater to showcase the disc at Tumbleweeds on Sept. 8.

The group is a little louder and funkier than one's average red dirt band, blurring the line between country and rock, and a bar is the best place to hear what it does. The six-year-old band constantly barnstorms the Midwest, and the red dirt-centric Wormy Dog is a regular stop.

"We normally sell that place out every time we play there," Payne said. The band has been labeled "country music greats" by the Shreveport Times, so the long nights and roadwork must be paying off.

Opening the show will be Norman's Mama Sweet, a decidedly less-country-influenced band basking in the glow of its debut disc, "Welcome to the Well," which marries Nineties-era Hootie & the Blowfish semi-country to plus-size Pearl Jam-style rock. "Tory Troutman

 
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