Mixing it up at the Purple Martini
By Tim Farley
Charles and Barbara Burton have achieved more in their music careers than many entertainers, but life is far from over for the owners of Bricktown’s Purple Martini.
Having already enjoyed decades of success in the entertainment industry, the Burtons now are focused on bringing first-rate
Oklahoma! Digitally Remastered 2014 widescreen version
The beloved classic, which originally debuted in 1955 to rave reviews, recently made a resurgence, warming hearts all over again! Digitally re-mastered in it’s widescreen version, Oklahoma! took to the screen again at the 2014 TCM Film Festival in the famous Hollywood Grauman’s Chinese Theater to an audience of
Wiggle Out Loud: OKC’s Family Music Festival
by M.A. Smith
Oklahoma City children are movin’ and grovin’ at the second annual Wiggle Out Loud music festival.
Chris Wiser, Wiggle Out Loud founder and event chair, says he started the annual event to get children moving and have a little fun at the same time.
Medicine Stone Music Festival Debuts in Tahlequah
By: M.A. Smith
Oklahoma plays host to many of the nation’s top performers – Reba McEntire, Toby Keith and Carrie Underwood. Now Jason Boland of The Stragglers and the Turnpike Troubadours are setting the stage for a new music hospitality.
Named for Tahlequah, Okla., founder Boland says the
Lady Antebellum, Merle Haggard, Dierks Bentley to perform in inaugural Oklahoma City music festival
By Heide Brandes
This summer, Oklahoma City gets rowdy with a new summer music festival that will bring in some of country music’s biggest stars in the first city music festival.
OKCFEST 2014, the brainchild of Oklahoma City Mayor
OKC Philharmonic Presents ‘Music of Queen’
By: M.A. Smith
For years, artists have claimed imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. Now, 1980s rock sensation Queen has been immortalized in an upcoming musical rendition of the group’s popular music.
OKC Philharmonic will present Windborne Music’s “The Music of Queen: A Rock Symphony”
Parker Millsap likes to surprise you.
For one, he’s young, and looks younger than his 20 years. On the other hand, however, he’s already been compared to such singer/songwriters as Tom Waits and Bob Dylan. He writes like a poet, and he can talk books, work, girls, travel and current events with anyone.
Oklahoma City’s favorite New Year’s celebration, Opening Night, yet again boasts a thrilling evening of music, comedy, dance, and fireworks to ring in the New Year. Last year, 50,000 people rang in the New Year at Opening Night 2013.
For hundreds of area families, it just wouldn’t be the holidays without attending the annual Cowboy Christmas Ball, hosted by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. The 2013 event is Dec. 20, with festivities beginning at 7 p.m.
ARMSTRONG COLLEGE TO PREMIERE A SECOND IN-HOUSE COMPOSED MUSICAL THEATER PRODUCTION
“David” musical to premiere December 26-29
EDMOND, Okla. (Nov. 20, 2013) – Herbert W. Armstrong College announces the second musical theater production of its very own, David—The Endless Throne Begins. The production will make its debut at Armstrong Auditorium in three performances; two at