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Oklahoma Music Minutes for December 9-13: Live Music You Should See And Hear This Week

Ramblin' Jack Elliott plays The Blue Door in OKC on Thursday, December 12th.

Every week, the Oklahoma Music Minute gives a rundown of where you can see live music. There is so much great music being played in the state and we encourage you to get out and see some of these musicians live! Here are our picks for the week of December 9.

Monday, December 9

Tonight, Bad Luck will be at 89th Street in Oklahoma City and Haystack's Country Caravan comes to The Deli in Norman. Meanwhile, Chris Blevins takes the stage at Mercury Lounge in Tulsa. Here's Chris Blevins with "Big Man."


Tuesday, December 10

Tonight, Clayton McKinzie visits Hollywood Corners in Norman and Kyle Dillingham & Horseshoe Road plays UCO Jazz Lab in Edmond. Meanwhile, Hosty enters JJ's Alley in Oklahoma City. Here's Hosty with "Little Bit Lonely."


Wednesday, December 11

Tonight, Ian Moore plays The Blue Door in Oklahoma City and Hosty swings by Hollywood Corners in Norman. Meanwhile, Dee White comes to Ponyboy in Oklahoma City. Here's Dee White with "Wherever You Go."


Thursday, December 12

Tonight, Ronald Bruner, Jr. and Jeremy Thomas comes to The Paramount Room in Oklahoma City and Matisyahu visits Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa. Meanwhile, Ramblin' Jack Elliott plays The Blue Door in Oklahoma City. Here's Ramblin' Jack Elliott with "If I Were A Carpenter."


Friday, December 13

Tonight, John Calvin Abney plays The Blue Door in Oklahoma City, Carter Sampson comes to The Colony in Tulsa and Watermelon Slim enters Tumbleweed Dance Hall in Stillwater. Meanwhile, KOSU Welcomes Mike McClure, Cody Canada & Jason Boland to Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City. Here's Mike McClure with "Black Rose."


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.

Matthew Viriyapah is KOSU's production assistant and host of the music podcast Songwriters & Tour Riders.
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