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Signature Symphony’s future can be found by looking at its past year

This past year was a busy one for the TCC Signature Symphony. And there are many fun events coming up in 2024. But of course, the cliché is true – in order to look forward, we must first look back. With that in mind, here are some memorable Signature Symphony events from 2023. Top of […]

Do you like Jazz? The get together for the Jazz Jam at the Interurban Grill

The Jazz Depot hosts the weekly Jazz Jam in downtown Tulsa at Baxter’s Interurban Grill, 717 S. Houston Ave., #100. The event is held on Tuesdays from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. The Jazz Jam is an event where anyone can go and just enjoy the performances or participate in a performance using instruments provided […]

Review: This Local Tea Lounge Provides New Forum for Local Entertainers

On Sept. 26, a local tea lounge, Mi Tea Lounge, 427 S. Boston Ave., hosted a small event. This event helped citizens of the Tulsa area discover local artists and listen to music while having an excellent time. Similar to an earlier program, the new monthly sessions, “Tempo and Tea,” creates a space for anyone […]

Review: Frankie Cosmos has limitless potential to grow as an artist

Frankie Cosmos, a musician based out of New York, put on a show at Guthrie Green in Tulsa on Oct. 1. She opened her set with the single “On the Lips,” which had the full attention of the audience. The openers for her performance were Charlotte Bumgarner, and the band Good Morning. Cosmos and the […]

Here We Go Again: Applications open for 2023 – 2024 Tulsa Sings! Competition 

If you sing in the shower or in the car and think you deserve a better audience, Tulsa Sings! invites you to audition for the 2023-2024 vocal competition. Embedded with the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College, the selected finalists perform with the professional orchestra and will work with New York City-based vocalist and concert performer, Scott Coulter.  “Since we started […]

Hip Hop 918 celebrates third year at Guthrie Green 

Hip-Hop 918 held its third year of the festival following the inaugural event in 2019. The musical celebration, named for the 918 area code of Tulsa, took the stage at Guthrie Green on Sept. 9. This year’s performances included Joeski Love, Steph Simon & the Straight Outta Tulsa Diamonds, Dangerous Rob, and headliner, EPMD. The […]

Review: Allie Colleen and Joleen Brown: A Night of Country Melodies

Allie Colleen, the headliner at the Shrine on July 5, put on a true country show for her first-time performing in the city of Tulsa. Joleen Brown opened for her at the concert. These female musicians were both born in Oklahoma. Local country music flooded the Shrine with these two down-home singers’ vocals.   “I went […]

Review: Pop Punk Nite lights up the weekend and showcases a golden era of music

Editor’s Note: Van Full of Nuns will be returning to Tulsa on July 29. See the article for more details. In the large, dark sea of black-clad young adults that were at the Cain’s Ballroom earlier this July, an unbridled spirit reverberated from the stage to the hard wood floors as they are beaten down […]

Review: “Tulsa Sings! American Jukebox”

On April 8, the Saturday before Easter, the Tulsa Community College Signature Symphony held the concert “Tulsa Sings! American Jukebox” at the Performing Arts Center for Education at the Southeast Campus. The concert included performances by the seven finalists from the Tulsa Sings!competition and several other vocalists. The Signature Symphony played several instrumental medleys as […]

Review: Social Distortion Gigging at Cain’s Ballroom

“Social Distortion is a punk rock band born in the late 1970s. The band debuted in Fullerton, Calif. and is playing a gig at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa on Aug. 6.” Social Distortion is a punk rock band born in the late 1970s. The band debuted in Fullerton, Calif. and is playing a gig at […]

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