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Oklahoma Music Minutes For May 18-22: Music You Should Hear This Week

Devon Ray
Kierston White

Normally, the Oklahoma Music Minute gives a rundown of where you can see live music in the state, but the coronavirus pandemic has halted live music in Oklahoma for the time being. And just because you're practicing social distancing doesn't mean you can't find your new favorite band.

So, for the time being, the Oklahoma Music Minute will just feature recordings of Oklahoma musicians. Since many of them have had their incomes impacted by this pandemic, please consider buying their records and merchandise. Here are our featured musicians for this week!

Monday, May 18

Erik Oftedahl is a musician based in Oklahoma City. Find more of his music and how to support him at erikoftedahl.com.


Tuesday, May 19

Combsy is a band from Tulsa. Find more of their music and how to support them at combsymusic.com.


Wednesday, May 20

Kierston White is a musician and a nurse based in Norman. Find more of her music and how to support her at kierstonwhite.com.


Thursday, May 21

Saint Loretto is a band originally from Oklahoma City. Find more of their music and how to support them at saintloretto.com.


Friday, May 22

Jacob Tovar is a musician from Tulsa. Find more of his music and how to support him at jacobtovar.com.


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.


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