The Annie Oakley :: Virtual Concert

Live [stream] from Ponyboy

Electrical transformer

Trip G’s Trip Wire reveals another dimension of the OKC hip-hop artist.

X factor

LCG & the X celebrates the release of its debut album at 51st Street Speakeasy.

Eve’s daughter

Singer-songwriter and Highwoman Amanda Shires brings her substantial stories to OKC.

Beyond comprehension

Tony Foster Jr.’s Kaleidoscope reveals spirituality through soul and R&B.

Strange brew

Norman metal duo Bugnog’s debut Chuggernaut is “trudgy, slow” and secretly explosive.

Changing tunes

Recorded at 51st Street Speakeasy, Matt Jewett Live captures the singer-songwriter in a creative flux.

Magic kingdom

Sela Da Sorcerer’s “crass, fun” Nirvana celebrates small moments of bliss.

Hope remains

OKC progressive metal band All Seems Lost gets contemplative with Years Like Days.

Sound bites

Atlanta rock band Chew brings its multi-genre psychedelic sound to Norman’s Red Brick Bar.

Absolute monarchy

OKC hip-hop artist Queen Caution’s Pisces Bash celebrates her birthday with a local music showcase.

Rats revisited

Dweezil Zappa presents a live “faithful DNA-level” reproduction of Frank Zappa’s Hot Rats.

Cover: Old school

Oklahoma Gazette looks back at four decades of Oklahoma City hip-hop history.

Food Issue: Tasty licks

Local eateries serve their food with a side of live music.

Harmonic convergence

Pitch HER Perfect’s Rhythm and Flow brings music and poetry to The Paramount Room.

Reasonable doubt

Deezy’s five-song video EP Aporia second-guesses the meaning of success.

Wolf mentality

Wolf Parade brings Thin Mind to Oklahoma City.

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