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Oklahoma Music Minutes for April 15-19: Live Music You Should See And Hear This Week

Every week, the Oklahoma Music Minute gives a run down of where you can see live music. There so much great music being played in the state and we encourage you to get out and see some of these concerts live! Here are our picks for the week of April 15-19.

Monday, April 15

To start the week, Howling Giant & Rainbows Are Free play 89th Street in Oklahoma City and Hollywood Corners hosts a jam night in Norman. Meanwhile, Isaac McClung plays The Great White Buffalo Tavern in Stillwater. Check out Isaac McClung's "Just Her" below.


Tuesday, April 16

Tonight, Byron Berline Band plays Logan County Fairgrounds in Guthrie and Whitherward performs at Chaparral Retreat & Guesthouse in Watonga. In OKC, Red Sun Rising plays 89th Street. Listen to Red Sun Rising's cover of "Wouldn't It Be Nice" below.


Wednesday, April 17

Mid-week, Matt Hopper & The Roman Candles play The Deli in Norman and Dennis Caravello performs at Dead Armadillo Brewery in Tulsa. Back in OKC, The Wailers play Tower Theatre. Give The Wailers' "Could You Be Loved" a listen below.


Thursday, April 18

Tonight, Chloe Beth plays Hollywood Corners in Norman and Mike Frazier performs at The Vanguard in Tulsa. Meanwhile, Charley Crockett plays Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City. Check out Charley Crockett's "How Low Can You Go" below.


Friday, April 19

To kick off the weekend, Daikaiju performs at The Shrine in Tulsa, Lincka performs at The Opolis in Norman, and Etana plays Queen of Sheeba in Oklahoma City. Meanwhile, Adam and Kizzie play Duet Jazz Club in Tulsa. Listen to Adam and Kizzie's "Breathless" below.


The Oklahoma Music Minute airs weekdays on KOSU at 6:19 a.m., 8:19 a.m., 11:31 a.m., 1:20 p.m., 3:18 p.m., and 5:18 p.m.

Kyra Bruce was KOSU/ The Spy's music intern in the spring of 2019, as she finished her degree at Oklahoma State University in Multi-Media Journalism Production, with a minor in Philosophy.
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