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Join the Feel Spectres in Celebrating KOSU’s expansion

Filed by Michael Cross in Art & Life, Local News, News.
September 18, 2013
 

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The grand opening of the new KOSU studios on Film Row in Oklahoma City kicks off Friday morning at ten with a ribbon cutting.

But, the real party kicks off that night with three great bands in an outdoor concert on Sheridan.

Music from Indie Rock Group, The Feel Spectres, starts at about eight Friday night as part of Premiere OKC and the opening of KOSU’s new station on Film Row.

Lead Singer Matt Goad says the expansion is a great opportunity for Oklahoma City.

“Film row has got such a great history and it’s so awesome that Chip Fudge and everyone else down there has turned it into a thriving scene, and I think KOSU’s going to be the center of that so yeah we couldn’t be more stoked.”

Goad says one of the things he enjoys about The Spy on KOSU is the focus on local bands which can be lacking on other radio stations.

The Feel Spectres follows Ali Harter who kicks off the night at six with Beau Jennings and the Tigers hitting the stage at seven.

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