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.
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Indie-rock/ DIY Musician Bobby Reed has released his sophomore album.
A multi-faceted show business personality, Red Steagall has been performing for 35 years and his venues have ranged from the White House to the Middle East.
Oklahoma City’s Young Professionals organization will host the only Oscar Experience event in Oklahoma Feb. 24. The official watch party of the Oscars will benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oklahoma City.
Tickets went on sale Friday, Feb. 8 for the “Gentlemen of the Road” Stopover Show scheduled Sept. 7-8 in Guthrie.
Laura Leighe Stockton and Zach Dumbleton combine soulful vocals and a retro-punk drumming style in their new release of “The Laura Leighe EP,” which hits streets Jan. 19.
Due to popular demand, “Jeremiah – The Musical” will return to Armstrong Auditorium for a 2 p.m., Jan. 20 encore performance.