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Oklahoma Music Minutes for February 24-28: Live Music You Should See And Hear This Week

STEVE plays Ponyboy in Oklahoma City on Wednesday, February 26.

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 this week's picks to close out this month!

Monday, February 24

Tonight, Joe McCarthy and the Afro Bop Alliance Big Band take the stage at UCO Jazz Lab in Edmond and VZD's in Oklahoma City hosts a blues night. Meanwhile, Colony House & Tyson Motsenbocker play The Vanguard in Tulsa. Here's Tyson Motsenbocker with "Autumn Love."
Tuesday, February 25

Tonight, To Kill Porter comes to Grady’s 66 Pub in Yukon and Tandem hit AC Hotel in Oklahoma City. Meanwhile, Blake Allen Lillard performs at Willie's Saloon in Stillwater. Here's Blake Allen Lillard with "100,000 Times."
Wednesday, February 26

Tonight, Indigo Girls comes to The Jones Assembly in Oklahoma City and Cale Lester plays Eskimo Joe's in Stillwater. Meanwhile, STEVE and Noah Engh visits Ponyboy in Oklahoma City. Here's STEVE with "I Am Steve."
Thursday, February 27

Tonight, the Howard Jones acoustic trio takes The Vanguard stage in Tulsa and Chris Knight plays a sold out show at The Blue Door in Oklahoma City. Meanwhile, Reina del Cid comes to 51st Street Speakeasy in Oklahoma City. Here's Reina del Cid with "Bernadette."
Friday, February 28

Tonight, The Toasters play 89th Street in Oklahoma City and STEVE comes to 473 in Tulsa, and Nightingale releases their new EP at The Vanguard in Tulsa. Meanwhile, KOSU welcomes Dweezil Zappa performing Hot Rats live at Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City. Here's Dweezil Zappa with "Peaches en Regalia."
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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