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Oklahoma Music Minutes for April 22-26: 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! With Norman Music Festival this week, it will be easier than ever to see some incredible shows! Here are our picks for the week of April 22-26.

Monday, April 22

To start off the week, Tripsitters play Second Wind Coffeehouse in Norman and Adam Miller & Rachel Lynch perform at 40 West Bar & Grill in Yukon. Meanwhile, Steve Gunn plays 89th Street in Oklahoma City. Check out Steve Gunn's "New Moon" below. 


Tuesday, April 23 

Tonight, Power Trip plays at 89th Street in Oklahoma City and Knocked Loose perform at The Vanguard in Tulsa. Back in OKC, Tank and the Bangas play Tower Theatre. Listen to Tank and the Bangas' "Ants" below.

Wednesday, April 24 

Mid-week, The Victor Wooten Band plays ACM at UCO Performance Lab in Oklahoma City and Abbigale Dawn, Keathley & more perform at The Deli in Norman. Meanwhile, Joe Purdy and the Honey Dewdrops play The Blue Door in Oklahoma City. Joe Purdy's "Children of Privilege" is linked below.


Thursday, April 25 

Tonight, Joe Purdy plays The Vanguard in Tulsa and Dale Watson performs Mercury Lounge in Tulsa. To kick of Norman Music Festival, Soccer Mommy, Night Beats & many more play the Fest. Check out Soccer Mommy's "Your Dog" below.

Friday, April 26 

To start the weekend off, Soft Kill performs at The Vanguard in Tulsa and The Garden, Colourmusic & more play Norman Music Festival. Meanwhile, Phosphorescent plays Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City. Give Phosphorescent's "New Birth in New England" a listen 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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