Check OKSee all weekend for updates from the region’s biggest music festival!
In just a few short hours, I’ll depart my sweet Oklahoma for the very large state of Texas. Specifically, I’m headed to its capital, which is hosting its wonderful, annual Austin City Limits Music Festival.
I’ll be posting interviews with artists and daily recaps here on OKSee all weekend long, regularly updating my Flickr page, and tweeting incessantly, so check in with me to know what’s happening as it’s happening.
Anywho, here’s a list of the artists I’ll be chatting with in the press tent this weekend. Tweet me if you have any questions for them!
In rapping about the positive, Oklahoma City’s aDDLib has cracked the equation for hip-hop success.
Music Joshua Boydston
aDDLib hasn't starred in movies, and you probably won't find him in a
production of Riverdance anytime soon, but that doesn't mean he's not a
triple threat. A talented rapper, studio artist and graphic designer,
aDDLib — the moniker of lifelong Oklahoma City resident Dewayne Butler —
is quite the total package.
Dust off those flat, black, music-playing thingies and get your artistic groove on at Art on the Record. Local NPR affiliate KOSU invites artists young and old to create unique, vinyl-based paintings during Friday’s monthly Film Row Frolic. The event takes place at the Individual Artists of Oklahoma Gallery, 706 W. Sheridan. Call 232-6060 or visit iaogallery.org.
Horror Rod Lott
The first 3-D movie I ever saw was 1953's House of Wax, but in a revival run in the early 1980s. My uncle took me and my brothers to it one night at Northpark Mall, and I recall him having to tie the big glasses on my youngest brother's small head with shoelaces.