Greg Jacobs and Randy Pease on Sat, October 13, 2018

Greg Jacobs

Greg Jacobs   As part of a group of  “red dirt” musicians who migrated to Stillwater in the late 1970’s – a rag-tag outfit that includes Jimmy LaFave, Tom Skinner, Bob Childers and the Red Dirt Rangers – Checotah singer/songwriter Greg Jacobs helped set the standard for great Okie songwriting.  His landmark CD, “Reclining With […]

Emily Elbert And Clayton Graham Fike on Thu, August 16, 2018

Emily Elbert weaves together a soul-folk blend of introspection, celebration, and progressive perspective. With a global, D.I.Y. spirit, she has carried her music around the world, playing over a thousand independent shows from Peru to Palestine. Anchored by what L.A. Weekly calls a “funky and engrossing groove” with “sly words in artful arrangements,” the publication […]

Lazer Lloyd on Tue, August 7, 2018

Lazer Lloyd is a singer/songwriter/guitarist and an international recording artist influenced by Americana, rock, blues, gospel, folk, country, southern rock, and the great guitar traditions of power and groove from Hendrix to Wes Montgomery.

Max Stalling on Fri, September 7, 2018

Max Stalling

Respected Texas singer-songwriter feeds his creative passion with cohesive body of work Texas country singer-songwriter Max Stalling pens tunes that connect, songs that form a snapshot of his life, songs that make an album. Five years after his last record, 2010’s relaxed honky-tonking opus Home to You, Stalling felt compelled to mold a full-length record. […]

The New Tribe With Guest Beau Jennings on Fri, August 10, 2018

New Tribe

The New Tribe – A collection of musicians, seekers, artists, writers and explorers, The New Tribe is a psychedelic (“soul-revealing”) experience. The band’s music seeks new ground through live and studio explorations, with roots in American musical traditions. Beau Jennings is a musician, filmmaker, and former architect currently based in Oklahoma. Originally the front man […]