Oklahoma music

This week's best new albums includes emo-rapper Lil Peep's posthumous follow-up to Come Over When You're Sober, 50th-anniversary editions of Jimi Hendrix's Electric Ladyland and The Beatles "White Album," a labor of love from the late soul singer Charles Bradley, rock with a wink from Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers, the music of Hanson set to strings and more.

Featured Albums:

  1. Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers: Bought to Rot
    Featured Song: "Born in Black"

The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame announced a new class of inductees Tuesday, and for the first time, women will make up the entire list.

The nine inductees include country music singer and Grammy winner Jody Miller, the first female record producer in country music Gail Davies and former child star Gayla Peevey, who rose to fame with the song "I Want A Hippopotamus for Christmas."

Oklahoma Rock Show: Rewind is your home for the music of Oklahoma’s past.

On this episode, we jump into the world of power pop. Look over nearly any list of Top Power Pop Songs or Bands and you’ll find Todd Rundgren and Cheap Trick and Big Star... but you’ll also find Oklahoma musicians like 20/20, Phil Seymour and Dwight Twilley Band.

Oklahoma Rock Show: Rewind is your home for the music of Oklahoma’s past.

On this episode, we look at the use of song as expressions of opposition, and its use to empower others rallying in social activism. Oklahomans have written and played on a variety of protest songs, from opposing nuclear war and the Vietnam War to the abuse of power and politics in general.

Fans of St. Vincent's 2017 album Masseduction are about to hear its songs in a new light, starting with a stripped-down version of "Savior." Swapping synths for piano, "Savior" now showcases Annie Clark's vocal range while tapping into the original's darker, more plaintive undercurrents.

Oklahoma Rock Show: Rewind is your home for the music of Oklahoma’s past.

On this episode, we're playing tunes by Oklahoma guitar wizards. Jazz, country, blues, rock, pop, classical, new age, surf rock (!), indie rock -- they've all had Oklahomans bearing a major influence within the genre. Note: this is not meant to be a comprehensive list. We'll do more of these.

Oklahoma Rock Show: Rewind is your home for the music of Oklahoma’s past.

On this episode, we're exploring Oklahoma's impact on hillbilly music and singing cowboys. Hillbilly music was a label used from the 1920s to the 1950s, and placed on what is now known as country music. Meanwhile, Singing Cowboys was a term used to describe actors and singers that appeared, usually as the role of hero, in early Western B-movies in the 1930s and 1940s.

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