Joe Baxter is a long-suffering, little-known, hometown, pre-Americana, redneck, short-haired, red-faced, irreverent, irresponsible, quirkily well-read, bombastic yet insightful, mouth-breathing, loud-laughing, dog-loving, nap-taking, no-workin’, fish-catching, backroad-driving, liberal, Okie songwriter.
Musical sisters who gang up every now and again to share tunes with y’all and shoot the breeze. An Oklahoma super group which started as a rotating song swap in the summer of 2013.
The Red Dirt Rangers Sitting right in the middle of the country, with music from the rest of the USA swirling through it from all sides, Oklahoma has understandably been the source of several influential pop-music movements. Invariably, those styles can be traced not just to a city, but to a specific place within that […]
“A tiny woman with a huge presence.” Sylvia Rose Novak is a musician in a class all her own. Music has always been a facet of her life, so much so that her parents remember that she started to sing before she could talk. According to her mother, as a small child Novak not only […]
An Oklahoma-born artist, Paul Dyer writes songs that tell stories. Songs that make you tap your foot while you laugh, sometimes cry, and remember your loves gained, and those you lost. Whether you call it folk, Americana, Red Dirt, or something else, you’ll hear melodies and lyrics that touch you, and encourage you to embrace […]