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World Class Musicians Honor Guthrie in Tulsa Saturday

Filed by KOSU News in Art & Life, Feature, Local News.
March 9, 2012

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Artists from John Mellencamp to Hanson to the Flaming Lips come together to play a concert at Tulsa’s Brady Theater Saturday night. The concert was organized by the Grammy Museum, led by Executive Director Bob Santelli. I talked to him about what it took to put everything together, and what we might expect when so many stars take the stage. Click above to hear the interview.


Earlier, I looked at the new Woody Guthrie exhibit at the Gilcrease Museum, curated by the Grammy Museum and Woody Guthrie Archives.


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