David Byrne brings his blockbuster American Utopia World Tour — and a healthy dose of optimism — to OKC.
Foreigner uses a piece of rock history to support Norman North High School’s music program.
The OKC metro area is packed with music talent. Oklahoma Gazette looks at a few artists who are at the top of their games.
The Lost End begins its journey with a debut that balances dark post-punk with energy and optimism.
Former Nickelodeon star Drake Bell brings a diverse music history to his show at 89th Street — OKC.
Cheyenne celebrates the vinyl rerelease of its debut album with a rare reunion show at NMF.
Evan Jarvicks’ NMF Main Stage debut brings his musical journey full circle.
OKG Music Show lends a hand to Classen SAS’s flooded music facilities.
Reverend Horton Heat brings red-hot psychobilly to Tower Theatre.
The Revolution memorializes Prince with a free outdoor show at Metro Music Fest.
The multi-talented vocalist and instrumentalist performs 8:30 p.m. March 30.
Wang is scheduled to perform with featured jazz drummer David Bowen April 5 at Saints.
From stout beers to absinthe, local musicians have wide-ranging taste.
The next show in the series is 7-9 p.m. March 23 and features folk and Americana singer-songwriters Kent Fauss and Amanda Cunningham.
The show runs 8-11 p.m. March 24 in Shawnee.
The show, which also features Atlanta's Black Lips, begins 8:30 p.m. March 20.
OKCs Culture Cinematic returns to its jazz roots with an eye on art and experimentation.
Rapper Vince Staples brings his brand of afrofuturism to The Jones Assembly.
French channels his cousin Kanye West while also blazing his own musical path.
Cope is also a member of the band Vonna Pearl, which released its own debut album two weeks earlier.