Oklahoma Rock Show

Thursdays from 7-9 p.m.
Ryan LaCroix & Grace Gordon

Oklahoma Rock Show is two-hours of Oklahoma music from all across the state. The show opens a window of Oklahoma music to the rest of the world.

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SXSW 2014
1:46 pm
Fri March 7, 2014

Skating Polly Are Not Little Girls

Peyton Bighorse and Kelli Mayo of Skating Polly

Next week, dozens of Oklahoma bands will head down to Austin, Texas for the South by Southwest Music Festival. One of those bands is Oklahoma City's Skating Polly.

At the ages of 13 and 18, Kelli Mayo and Peyton Bighorse want to be taken seriously. And, you should.  

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SXSW 2014
2:54 pm
Thu March 6, 2014

Parker Millsap is Exactly Where He Wants to Be

Credit Nathan Poppe

Next week, dozens of Oklahoma musicians will head down to Austin, Texas for the South by Southwest Music Festival. One of those musicians is 21-year-old Purcell native Parker Millsap.

At an age when many are figuring out who they are and what they want to do, Millsap is exactly where he wants to be.

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Best Music Of 2013
11:15 am
Thu January 23, 2014

Heavy Rotation: Public Radio's Songs Of 2013

British songwriter Laura Mvula was a favorite on public radio stations around the country.
Larry Hirshowitz KCRW

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Our friends in the public radio system are some of the most open-minded listeners we know. Each month, our Heavy Rotation series brings you free downloads of what our fellow programmers and producers are experiencing on repeat.

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World Cafe
11:03 am
Fri October 4, 2013

BRONCHO On World Cafe

BRONCHO.
Jaret Ferratusco Courtesy of the artist

The fun, aggressive pop band BRONCHO is reminiscent of both The Ramones and Weezer. Straddling the line between pop and punk, the band's 2011 debut Can't Get Past The Lips has 10 songs but clocks in at just 20 minutes.

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The Two-Way
9:12 am
Sat August 3, 2013

Singer, Songwriter J.J. Cale Dead From Heart Attack At 74

J.J. Cale wrote hits including "After Midnight" and "Cocaine" for Eric Clapton.
R. Diamond WireImage/Getty Images

J.J. Cale, whose songs became hits for the likes of Eric Clapton and Lynyrd Skynyrd, has died at age 74 from a heart attack, his management agency's website announced.

Cale died at about 8 p.m. Friday at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla, Calif., the Rosebud agency said Saturday.

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Music News
8:43 am
Wed May 29, 2013

Coming Home: The Woody Guthrie Center Opens In Tulsa

Outside the Woody Guthrie Center, there's a large mural of Guthrie holding his guitar bearing the phrase, "This Machine Kills Fascists."
Brett Deering WireImage

Woody Guthrie's relationship with his home state has always been complicated. The singer-songwriter left Oklahoma and traveled the nation, composing some of the best-known songs of his time and ours. But to many in the state, his progressive political views did not fit with a strong conservative streak during the Cold War period. His reputation there is now closer to a full restoration as Oklahoma opens his archives.

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Heavy Rotation
1:28 pm
Mon April 15, 2013

Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

Phosphorescent
Courtesy of the artist

Each month, we ask public radio DJs from across the country to share their favorite new songs. Usually, we stick to a handful, but since April is Public Radio Music Month, we're celebrating with a 10-spot.

  • Larry Groce, host of NPR's Mountain Stage, which is produced by West Virginia Public Broadcasting
  • Rita Houston, the program director at WFUV in New York City
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Words and Music
3:15 pm
Wed April 3, 2013

WFUV Features Samantha Crain

Live in WFUV Studio-A with Kara Manning (02.28.13)
Credit Brian Kordenbrock (WFUV)

Shawnee singer/songwriter Samantha Crain was recently featured on NPR member station WFUV in New York.

Listen to their interview with her and watch her perform songs off her new album, Kid Face.

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Remembrances
6:10 pm
Thu January 3, 2013

Patti Page Remembered As The Biggest Female Singer Of 1950s

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ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:

Anyone who grew up listening to the radio or putting vinyl discs on a record player in the early 1950s will recognize this tune instantly.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "TENNESSEE WALTZ")

PATTI PAGE: (Singing) I was dancing with my darling to the Tennessee waltz.

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