- Sound Advice by Doug Hill
Redrick Sultan bring trippy Canadian music to Norman
Progressive Canadian rock band make return visit to two Norman venues.
Review of new releases by The Bluesmasters and Deb Ryder
Album reviews for The Bluesmasters' Volume 3 and Deb Ryder's debut "Just Might Get Lucky."
Mark Erelli bringing warmth to Winter Wind
Boston based folk-singer has channeled his creativity into a vibrant career that shares many similarities to his former work as a scientist.
Album reviews for Dan Bubien and Jim Suhler
A pair of blues CD reviews from both the north and south USA.
Houndmouth wants a bite out of Opolis
Houndmouth have been playing together only two years but they've landed network TV gigs and a multitude of festival appearance in the USA and Europe.
ADDverse Effects to rip Opolis
Senior Diplomat of Beat Boyd Littell leads four dynamic musicians on a quest for hip hop nirvana.
Guitarist Alan Orebaugh hosts regular Deli gig
Guitar bad-a** Alan Orebaugh is playing with a rotating cast of singer/songwriters at his weekly Monday evening free show at The Deli on Norman's Campus Corner.
Anne and Pete Sibley set to charm Winter Wind
Folk music duo Anne and Pete Sibley play their first Oklahoma show Sunday evening at Norman, Okla.'s Performing Arts Studio as part of the Winter Wind concert series.
Gregg Standridge and Sacred Hollar at Tres Cantina Saturday evening
Gregg Standridge will be joined by a host of guest musicians when his band Sacred Hollar takes the stage Jan. 18 at Tres Cantina in downtown Norman.
2013 a year full of Norman musical highlights
13 reasons why 2013 was a memorable year for good live music in Norman, Okla.
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