Michael Fracasso on Sat, July 28, 2018

Michael Fracasso is a genre-crossing artist incapable of repeating himself. His critically acclaimed work includes nine distinctive solo CDs, recorded duets with both Patty Griffin and Lucinda Williams, an epic reinterpretation of John Lennon’s “Working Class Hero,” and memorable tributes to Woody Guthrie, Mickey Newbury and Townes Van Zandt. In 2011 he was short listed […]

Carson McHone on Wed, June 20, 2018

Carson McHone, a songwriter from Austin, Texas, “writes songs like her life depends on it” (Ray Wylie Hubbard), bringing an intelligence to alt-country that is both immediate and lyrical. She released her debut self titled EP in 2013 and toured nationally and internationally in its support. Her vocals are featured on Shinyribs’ newest album (Okra […]

The Mojo Brothers on Sun, June 24, 2018

Jerry Wilson, Mark Galloway, Steve Crossley, John Gleason, Dave Thomason, Mark Landrith join together for an evening of acoustic music on the stage of Blue Door. An all-star lineup of Oklahoma City’s best musician performers. Any one of these local legends is worth going to see but add them together for an evening not to […]

All Our Exes Live In Texas on Wed, June 6, 2018

“Every Americanafest, at least one band comes out of nowhere to deliver a star-making set. In 2017, that band was Australia’s All Our Exes Live in Texas. They entered the weekend with quite a bit of buzz and they quickly set out to prove that all of it was warranted. The quartet used traditional folk […]

Grayson Capps on Sat, June 23, 2018

Grayson Capps’ fifth studio album, The Lost Cause Minstrels finds the Mobile, Alabama-based singer-songwriter coming of age. This doesn’t mean, however, that his oft-unholy tales of the Southern Gothic have lost any sting. Quite the contrary, Capps’ Tao-tinged, philosophical reflections-revealed deep inside songs shuddering with spit, stomp and snarl-are as potent as ever. Listen no […]