On Sept. 19, recent “American Idol” top-24 finalist and former ACM student Trevor McBane brings his authentic Okie twang to ACM@UCO's High Noon Showcase.
Dominican-American singer, songwriter and record producer Twin Shadow, aka George Lewis Jr., headlines an Oct. 5 show at ACM@UCO Performance Lab, 329 E. Sheridan Ave., in Bricktown. Oklahoma City indie-pop act The Ivy opens.
Dozens of local and regional acts — over 100 by our count — are performing at this year's Oklahoma State Fair. Many of them have ties to the Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, indie Americana quartet Mipso headlines an Oct. 10 tour stop at ACM@UCO Performance Lab, 329 E. Sheridan Ave., in Bricktown. The show is a part of the Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma’s growing Metro Music Series celebrating the school’s 10th anniversary.
ACM@UCO's High Noon continues Sept. 5 with Dawson Hollow, an indie-folk rock quintet based in the Ozark Mountains. The band performs 12:15 p.m. in the Songwriting Room (first floor) at ACM@UCO, 25 S. Oklahoma Ave., in Bricktown. All High Noon shows are free and open to the public. "American Idol" top-24 finalist headlines High Noon on Sept. 19.
Gary Numan, a pioneer of electronic music, presses pause on his 2018 tour for a rare, in-person masterclass 1 p.m. Sept. 10 in the Songwriting Room at the Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma (ACM@UCO), 25 S. Oklahoma Ave., in Oklahoma City’s Bricktown district.
Original Flow and The Fervent Route kick of ACM@UCO's High Noon Showcase with a free lunchtime show, 12:15 p.m. Aug. 29. See them in the air-conditioned comfort of ACM's Songwriting Room (first floor), 25. S. Oklahoma Ave., in Bricktown.
Pop, dance and club artist Harlee Lane just released a new single, “Come Down.” Lane, an ACM@UCO student, is currently rated Oklahoma City’s No. 1 pop artist on Reverb Nation.
Happy early Fourth of July! It’s summertime in Oklahoma, and with that comes poolside parties and concerts. Lots and lots of concerts. If you’re a festival goer, you probably know all the cool stuff happening around the United States, but just in case, we’ve curated a July list of Oklahoma City-area faves that you should check off . . .
Got some free time on your hands during the summer? From concerts to international album releases to wacky dance parties in the 405, we’ve curated a list of some awesome things you should do in June!
June 1: Roger Daltrey new album “As Long As I Have You” releases
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