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Justin Brooks
J Js Grill
Conway, AR

Jerry Yester
Grand Tavern
Eureka Springs, AR

Aaron Watson
Georges Majestic
Fayetteville, AR

Darren Ray
Foghorns
Fayetteville, AR

Joe Giles and the Homewrecker
Joses On Dickson
Fayetteville, AR

Jon Dooly
J Js Grill
Fayetteville, AR

Justin Leflar
Common Grounds
Fayetteville, AR

Sara Bales
Powerhous
Fayetteville, AR

Carol Dickie: An Artists Journey
Regional Art Museum
Fort Smith, AR

Critical Mass
La Huerta
Fort Smith, AR

Days of the New
Neumeiers
Fort Smith, AR

Flash
Beef O' Brady's
Fort Smith, AR

Open Mic
Hero's
Fort Smith, AR

Tim Meitzen
J Js Grill
Rogers, AR

Jay Falkner and Band
Los Cabos
Broken Arrow, OK

Harry Williams And Friends
Country Club
Cushing , OK

T 3
Los Cabos
Jenks, OK

Gene Watson
Buffalo Run Casino
Miami, OK

Klondike 5
Music Hall of Fame
Muskogee, OK

David and Valerie Mayfield
Blue Door
Oklahoma City, OK

Travis and Brandon
Los Cabos
Owasso, OK

Cowboy Troy
Downstream Casino
Quapaw, OK

Smillin' Vic and the Soul Monkey
Cherokee Casino - Watering Hole
Romona, OK

River City Players
NSU Playhouse
Tahlequah, OK

Beth Lee and the Breakups
The Mercury Lounge
Tulsa, OK

Cale and Tim
Woody's
Tulsa, OK

Chuck Dunlap and High Desert Riders
Dusty Dog Saloon
Tulsa, OK

Jenny Labow and Mac Ross
Full Moon Cafe
Tulsa, OK

Kingshifter
Downtown Lounge
Tulsa, OK

Lemon Head
Next door Bar and Grill
Tulsa, OK

Okie Down
Crow Creek Tavern
Tulsa, OK

Open Fields
Soundpony Lounge
Tulsa, OK

Screaming for Silence
Under Current
Tulsa, OK

Tantric
Downtown Lounge
Tulsa, OK

Turnt Up
The Yeti
Tulsa, OK

Brian Odle
Cherokee Casino
West Siloam, OK


Oklahoma - August 2014 Oklahoma - August 2014

Shrine on you crazy diamond
[August 2014] - In any given month The Shrine will welcome reggae, rock ‘n’ roll, hip hop, country, punk, tribute bands, you name it – anything’s fair game as long as it’s good. This month is no exception, starting off with a bang on Aug. 1 with an evening with the Hip Hop All Stars, then flipping the switch on Aug. 2 with Let’s Zeppelin, a tribute to legendary rockers Led Zeppelin.   read more...
  • Currentland’s concert ‘Destination’: Cain’s closes summer with Chiodos, Delbert, Nickel Creek and more
  • Dusk ‘til dawn: Rentiesville festival holds cure for end of summertime blues
  • Good times, B.A.D. times: Art, music, Earth, Wind & Fire, all in Brady Arts District
  • August: Oklahoma County: Zoo Amp aptly packs in classic and contemporary concerts
  • EDM hits OKC: Airpark welcomes Mayhem Fest, Maxwell, Mystik Sanctuary & more
  • Culture comes to McAlester
    [August 2014] - CultureFest celebrates cultural diversity through international music, dance, food, and education. A few of the bands performing folk/country are Boxcar Bandits, Smokin Joe & The Blue Western Scramble, The Earthtones, Levi Parham, The Captain Ledge Band, and The Sunset Band.   read more...
  • Cowboy up!: Centennial Payne County Fair presents cowboy poetry, rides
  • Hot Okie nights: August is the time to get artsy with Central Oklahoma fairs, fests
  • Culture connection: Choctaw and Cherokee gatherings welcome public participation, observation of heritage
  • Supremely edible vegetables: Take a ride on the plant-based Tamazul taste train
    [August 2014] - Located at 5820 N. Classen #1, Tamazul is getting rave reviews from everyone. Offering “plant-based” Mexican cuisine, this restaurant will take your taste buds on the adventure of a life time. Every bite explodes with fresh flavor. The textures, colors and layers of flavor will amaze you. Vegan cuisine has come to OKC courtesy of raw food chef and author Matthew Kenny.   read more...
  • Farm to table to mouth: Farmer’s Table harvests delicious dishes for Pharrell, Fayettevillian
  • Howdy Folks: Fresh, fast and delicious found at Folks Urban Market
  • Deli-cious: Red Rock Bakery & Deli grabs Stillwater sandwich lovers by the chops
  • Show-on: Shawnee rolls to stop for 2014 Slamboree
    [August 2014] - The Slamboree will be showcasing more than big engines and egos; with reduced ticket prices for those bearing unopened gifts, the show is hoping to make a substantial donation to Toys for Tots. Along with the gifts brought by patrons, the Slamboree/The Big Show is not for profit, and all proceeds that exceed production cost will go to children in need.   read more...
  • North End goes hog wild: Norris Park motorcycle festival first of its kind
  • All in the Slamily: Slamily Reunion Car Show brings cruisin’ crowd to Currentland
  • Floating your boat, five decades and counting: Claremore’s HydroHoist celebrates 50 years of boat lift buoyancy
  • Jennifer Lopez: A.K.A.
    [August 2014] - Though in her 40s, Lopez proves she’s still full of youthful energy on this album and holds true to her ‘Jenny from the block’ mentality both lyrically and musically. Lyrically, you can feel her flexing her muscle as an independent woman that’s on top of her game; musically, she remains under the influence of industrial Latin grooves rooted in rhythm & blues.   read more...
  • Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze (An Appreciation of JJ Cale)
  • Rockin’ Rogers: Arkansas Music Pavilion welcomes McGraw, Boston, WAR & more
  • Phish: Fuego
    • More Daily Updates >


      H2O-yeah: Tips for staying cool this summer
      [August 2014] - Even though school is starting back this month for many folks, this heat’s not going anywhere too fast. To beat the heat, Dr. Mercola (www.mercola.com) lists several indicators that a person needs more water, including dry skin, dark colored urine, fatigue, heartburn, constipation, high cholesterol, and weight gain, which can all lead to more serious problems.   read more...
    • Complete health craze: Blue-green algae: an amazing cure-all for what ails you
    • Havin’ fun out of the sun: Indoor recreation calls Green Country inside
    • Berry picks, produce festivals jam June
    • Everything is going to be all right
      [August 2014] - I always say it was the first time I heard God speak to me. I didn’t hear an audible voice but I did understand through clearly formed words in my conscious mind just what God wanted me to know. My emotional response was powerful, and although I couldn’t comprehend just what had transpired, I knew something profound was taking place.   read more...
    • Doing double duty: TheatreSquared presents the tale of one man’s double life
    • We’ve come a long way baby!: Currentland Magazine celebrates 10th anniversary, broadens reach to OKC
    • Free as a bird: Lynyrd Skynyrd rocks Currentland’s tri-state showplace
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