John Calvin Abney

Norman Music Festival starts on Thursday and it's time to start planning your schedule for each day of the fest! Every day of this free festival has so many great artists I'm sure you want to see them all like we do. Unfortunately it's not possible to see every single act, but here are our opinions on the ten acts that are absolute must-sees at Norman Music Festival this year.

Ryan LaCroix, host of The Oklahoma Rock Show, shares his 10 favorite Oklahoma albums of 2018:

10. Gum - When the Water Hits the Moon

LISTEN: Tired Eyes, I Can Do What You Want Me To, Under Your Spell

John Cooper, co-host of the Red Dirt Radio Hour, shares his top albums of 2018, in no particular order:

Brandon Jenkins - Tail Lights In A Boomtown

Jimmy LaFave - Peace Town

Chad Whitehead's Favorite Songs of 2018

Dec 19, 2018
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Chad Whitehead, host of About What You’d Expect, breaks down his top 10 songs of 2018:

2018 was a great year for music. Here are some of my favorite songs that I tried to rank against each other (something I’m not very good at). I hope you find something on this list that you like! My bias is toward upbeat songs and I’ll admit, I don’t listen to lyrics that much. - Chad

10. Mt. Joy - "Silver Lining"

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When you hear John Moreland's sweet voice, it's hard to believe he spent years singing in punk, metal-core and hardcore bands. You can still hear that passion in his music, only now it's punctuated by his acoustic guitar.

Ryan LaCroix, host of KOSU's All Things Considered and co-host of The Oklahoma Rock Show, shares his 10 favorite Oklahoma albums of 2015:

10. Grooms - Comb the Feelings Through Your Hair

After the departure of Emily Ambruso, I was a bit worried about the future of Grooms. But, Travis Johnson and company delivered a solid album with some of the best songs they've ever put out.

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KOSU, Dunlap Codding and Robot House Creative host The Mix, a  free monthly outdoor concert series in Oklahoma City.

The end of the season show takes place at 7pm, Thursday, October 9 at DC on Film Row and will feature Norman female supergroup The Tequila Songbirds and Norman Americana artist John Calvin Abney.

Guthrie Ends Summer With Block Party

Sep 22, 2014

Guthrie closes out its summer concert series with a lineup of local and international bands.

KOSU’s Kate Strum reports on Make Guthrie Weird.

Make Guthrie Weird welcomes fall this Saturday with its last block party of the year featuring musicians from Oklahoma and beyond.