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Oklahoma Music Minutes for April 29-May 3: 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 29- May 3.

Monday, April 29

To start the week off, Seth Lee Jones performs at The Vanguard in Tulsa and David Hooten & Edgar Cruz play VZD's in Oklahoma City. Meanwhile, Carter Sampson plays at JJ's Alley in Oklahoma City. Check out Carter Sampson's "Lucky" below. 


Tuesday, April 30

Tonight, Claire Morales and The Timewreckers play The Blue Note in Oklahoma City and Isaac McClung performs at Zannotti's Wine Bar in Stillwater. Back on Tulsa time, Leon Bridges plays the Brady Theater. Listen to Leon Bridges' "Bad Bad News" below.


Wednesday, May 1

Mid-week, Parker Millsap plays the ACM at UCO Performance Lab in Oklahoma City and more than 60 songwriters play Bob Childers Gypsy Cafe in Stillwater. Just an hour away, Shovels & Rope and Frank Turner perform at Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa. Give Shovels & Rope's "The Wire" a listen below.


Thursday, May 2

Tonight, Dayseeker plays 89th Street in Oklahoma City and Ross Cooper & Evan Bartels play VZDs in Oklahoma City. Meanwhile, Steve Earle and The Dukes perform at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa. Check out Steve Earle's "Dublin Blues" below.


Friday, May 3

To start the weekend, Indigenous plays The Shrine in Tulsa and Eli Young Band plays Calf Fry in Stillwater. Back in OKC, Chase Kerby, Matthew McNeal & Grant Adams play the Trolley Stop Record Shop. Listen to Chase Kerby's "Wishing Well" 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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