Tim Easton: Exposition Interview & Gallery

I drove to Okemah in early December to see folk singer and song­writer Tim Easton. Easton was on the first leg of a multi-city record­ing ses­sion for his new album Exposition. After we had lunch at the Hen House CafĂ© I took some pic­tures of him work­ing in his makeshift

Tea with Tyson Meade (Interview & Gallery)

On 26 May, cen­tral Oklahoma felt an earth­quake. The vibra­tions were from the nee­dle drop­ping on Godfather of Alt-Rock Tyson Meade’s new long player, Robbing the Nuclear Family. The 55-year-old rocker played piano and sang the entire album to an atten­tive audi­ence at his­toric music venue VZD’s Restaurant and [

Who Is Evan Jarvicks? An Interview & Gallery

Jarvix. The man. The musi­cian. The mys­tery. Cynics call his music twee. The less jaded and more gen­er­ous call it sen­si­tive and bit­ter­sweet. Underneath all the lyrics flows a melan­choly cur­rent blended with self-dep­re­cat­ing humor. Evan Jarvicks came by the stu­dio last week [

Cooking with Kali-Ra, Episode One

good friend David Goad is rais­ing money to tour with his band, Kali Ra, by record­ing a cook­ing show. He asked me to kick things off by talk­ing about some­thing I truly love: American Whiskey (bour­bon &; rye). Will Harrison from the OKC Edge ran cam­eras and sound. I’m afraid we talked so long that we used up
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Post Mortem: Shi++y/Awesome’s Final Bow

Local garage-rock­ers Shi++y/Awesome formed on a whim in 2009, when Guestroom Records co-owner Travis Searle and man­ager Will Muir got together with employ­ees Derek Lemke and Joey Powell with the idea of a band that would only ever play in the alley behind the store — or any alley, any­where — or house shows. [

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