The Lunar Laugh debuts new single “Waiting on a Sign” to gear up for a new album.
Michigan-based Greet Death thrives on being difficult to categorize.
Both old and new music venues in Oklahoma City offer a range of drinks to concertgoers.
Ray Wylie Hubbard brings his literate outlaw songs to Tower Theatre.
After his rise as a pre-teen YouTube sensation, Greyson Chance now has his sights set on the long game.
Marsha Ambrosius continues hitting high notes in her music career and sets her sights on scoring films.
ACM@UCO’s .WAV Festival celebrates female artists and musicians with two days of performances.
Colourmusic’s newest album Swimsuit was written amidst emotional turmoil and released in an unconventional way.
Daughters grow up with You Won’t Get What You Want.
Lettuce brings its cosmic funk to Tower Theatre.
Wayne Coyne discusses his recent marriage and how he feels about bringing a child into this world.
OKC’s music venues have risen to the challenge of providing concertgoers with more than just nachos and stale pretzels.
Indie rock singer/songwriter Lucy Dacus brings her whip-smart set to Opolis on Monday.
Apocalyptic ballads of separated lovers enduring a barren wasteland and a lonely pilgrimage to Mars haunt Murder by Death’s latest concept album.
Former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman found a new career combining genres overseas.
Even when overindulging in his sooty Man of the Woods material, Justin Timberlake captivated the audience Saturday at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
A collection of Connor Hicks’ previously unreleased songs provides a glimpse into the late Oklahoma musician’s potential.
Applied Music Program, Carly Gwin and The Sin and Lacey Elaine fill a strong bill at 51st Street Speakeasy.