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“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” – semi-sweet with little nutritional value

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Brett Fieldcamp reviews the OKCBroadway presentation of the latest "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" now on tour in the U.S.
On Holiday

On Holiday sets self-loathing to punk hooks on new EP

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The band On Holiday will be releasing the “2am EP” this Saturday, October 23rd at 89th Street in OKC before dropping it online Nov. 5.

Gojira bringing blazing metal, fiery activism to Diamond Ballroom

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Heavy metal band Gojira is coming to the Diamond Ballroom Friday, Oct. 15. Their music brings an element of activism.

John Calvin Abney bringing folk-rock and Okie grit to Criterion this Sunday

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John Calvin Abney from Tulsa will be playing the Criterion Theater in OKC Sunday. Brett Fieldcamp gives background on this talented Oklahoman.

OKC readying for big weekend of country-inspired concerts of all genres

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Oklahoma City is in for a big weekend of country music of many types and Brett Fieldcamp gives us some ideas about where to find it.

St. Vincent bridges mystery, music with ‘The Nowhere Inn’ – Criterion gig

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Oklahoma-born singer, songwriter Annie Clark - known as “St. Vincent” - has a new film, “The Nowhere Inn,” and new album “Daddy’s Home."

OKC indie supergroup Sisteria to debut at Tower Theatre this Saturday

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For Katie Williams the new show is a particular kind of metamorphosis from singer/songwriter solo act to part of a real, collaborative band.
OKC Philharmonic

OKC Philharmonic rises to challenge of pandemic-era performance

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The Oklahoma City Philharmonic remains one of the crown jewels of the city’s artistic and high-cultural society as they begin a new season.
Jarvix

Jarvix explores the marine multiverse on new EP “OnlyFish”

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Brett Fieidcamp delves into music by Jarvix, one of Oklahoma City's musicians who has a new EP coming out!

OKC shoegazers Neon Cathedral launch short-but-sweet debut EP

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Neon Cathedral began life as an outlet for the darker musical tendencies of Shirley Sanders and Shawn Stafford. Velvet is their debut EP.