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"Coast to coaster"
Guest: Ron Ramsey
We are joined in-house today by our friend and phenomenal guitarist, Ron Ramsey.
Ron has had a very busy year since being on the show last. He has had a long lost guitar find it's way back to him, and he has multiple projects currently active running from country to death metal.
Come on in and talk music with us!
Brad Biggs and Johnathan Grissom talk about the Local Musi...
Episode 61 "Still rockin' the party"
Guest: DJ Preethi
Our friend Preethi joins us remotely from NYC. Preethi was an early guest on the show and has since moved to Brooklyn, NY.
Preethi catches us up on how life has been since the move, the differences in the city cultures, and what has blossomed into busy year since Covid restrictions have finally lifted across NYC.
Let's talk about music!
Brad Biggs and Johnath...
"The perfect shot"
Guest: Mary Ellis
Our friend and photographer, Mary Ellis joins us on this episode.
Mary has a steadily growing demand and has recently added national acts like Blackberry Smoke and blues guitarist, Samantha Fish to her portfolio.
She runs us through the photographer life, and we have a photo dump of the Norman Music Festival that happened last week. That was a great time!
Go to the website an...
Guest: Chris Gomez of Perseus
Guitarist Chris Gomez sits in with us today. We had a great time catching up with him and seeing where our friends in the band Perseus are at. The band is back in action recently with a new single
"Descent", and is forging a solid path forward for Oklahoma metal.
Let's talk music!!!
Feature song Desent by Perseus
Intro/outro song: I Destroye...
Guest: Wade Ed Stanley
We are joined by artist Wade Ed Stanley on the show today. He is an artist and currently promotes his work on Instgram. Wade is an early supporter of the show. He is currently working and taking booking out of the Stillwater area.
Stay tuned for next week, we have guitarist Chris Gomez of the band Perseus in with us...
Check it out, ya'll!
Let's talk about Art and ...
"The Tulsa Connection"
Guest: Carter Combs of Studio House Project
Our friend Carter with Studio House Project joins us from Tulsa. They have been making moves with the band and also moving on their own label and booking agency called "Project Records".
Come on in and check out some of the things happening up the road in Tulsa.
Let's talk about music!
Brad Biggs and Johnathan Grissom talk about the...
Episode: 55 "This Old Town"
Guest: Luke Haley
Our friend Luke Haley sits in house with us today. Luke is an Oklahoma local in the Red Dirt and country scene. He currently is playing in a 3-piece band that has Luke on vocals, Rhett Banks on drums, and Merv Long on bass guitar.
Luke is booking for the summer, and you can see the band at Highway 62 Fest on April 15th, and at Soggy Bottoms Trails in Wanette, OK on Aug 6.
Episode 55: "Damn it!!"
Guest: Scott Miles
Oklahoma musician Scott Miles joins us in the house this week. He's been on our radar for about a year, and it was fun to get to sit down and talk. We covered a range of topics in the music world, favorite marijuana strains, and of course... Tales from the trip.
Come on in and have a seat, ya'll.
Scott "Damn It" Miles cover of Glorious Sons "...
"Standing at the base of a mountain"
We are joined remotely from Indiana today by our friend Millaze. She currently runs MIC: Music Industry Connected and also holds down her own career as an active musician. She laces us up with some business knowledge and things she's seen in the industry. Also, her album "Front Matter" is available where you stream and download.
Let's talk mus...
Guest: Elizabeth Turner
Elizabeth Turner stops in this week to catch us all up on what's new with The Premier. You can see Elizabeth Turner Premier in action this week at Maggies Music Box on St. Patrick's day. And, the "Flashbacks" show, that was rescheduled due to a fire alarm, is this saturday at the Belle Isle Brewhouse.
... More on when that happened in the episode.
Feature Music Ac...
"The different shades of grey"
Guest: JD Scott
Photographer JD Scott joins us in house this week. JD is a life long photographer and musician. He walks us through what he looks for in getting everything right and in proper tone. In the age of digital photography, he explains, you still have to have style. The type of camera and gear that's used is just a creative tool to channel that.
"What could possibly go wrong..."
Guest: Greg Thomas
Our friend, OKC comedian Greg Thomas joins us in the house. Greg is fresh back in Oklahoma after spending some time in California preforming clandestine, super secret squirrel, dark arts type marijuana operations...
Currently, you can catch Greg around the state preforming. Ya'll can also hear him on the Talking Bluntly Podcast that he co-hosts with comedi...
Guest: Big Train and the Loco Motives
Our friends Big Train and the Loco Motives joins us in the house today. The band has been fairly busy lately around the OKC regional area. We sit down and talk the blues today. The band even plays a couple tunes for ya'll out there. We had a lot of fun with this one, guys. Check it out!
Let' s talk about Blues Music
Brad Biggs and Johnathan Gr...
"Welcome to the Cookout"
Guest: Brett McClelland
We have our friend Brett McClelland, also billed as "Be Low", in the house this week. Now folks... To say the rap and hip-hop scene in Oklahoma is limited is putting it as mildly as possible. However, as limited as it is, we do have some tremendous talent. So, let Brett take the mic and tell you his experience in producing some of the Sooner State's ...
Guest: Broke Ass Radio
Our friends Broke Ass Radio sit in with us this week. They go over some of their biggest influences in songwriting and play a couple tunes live here on the show for you guys.
Broke Ass Radio is currently working out some ideas for the next EP, and can be found out on the live circuit here locally. Let's talk music, ya'll!
Brad Biggs and Johnathan Grissom talk about the Local Music Indus...
Guest: Brian Wofford
Our friend and regular on the show, Brian Wofford, is back with us in the house today. Brian is finishing up a season coaching youth wheelchair basketball and traveling around the US with them.
Also, Brad decided to play with electricity live on the show. Luckily, nobody got hurt...
Let's Talk about music!
Brad Biggs and Johnathan Grissom talk about the Local Music Indust...
"Surfing with the Alien"
Guest: Sinestalien Skill (Dani Skill)
We catch up with one of our original guests from a year ago... Artist and music producer, Sinestalien Skill. Dani catches us up over the last year. He has put music production on the backburner and dove head first into custom artwork. We had a great time catching up and just pondering the next step. He currently does some awesome custom psychedeli...
"Bring it on home"
Guest: Nikki Jackson
Nikki & Kody join us in the house this week as we settle in to the new year and get comfortable.
Nikki talks to us about what life as an Oklahoma artist has been like, and some of the things that inspire her to write songs in the first place.
Come on in, ya'll.
Let's talk about music!
Brad Biggs and Johnathan Grissom talk about the Local Music Industry an...
Just Brad and Johnathan on this one, guys. We check in on all of ya'll and we have some things coming up this month that you guys might want to check out...
Sign of Lies are opening up the Buckcherry gig this wednesday, Jan 12th
Elizabeth Turner Premier @ Belle Isle Brewery in OKC
HOLLIS video premier and jam @The Ritz in Shawnee, OK
Next week we have Oklahoma singer/songwriter Nikki...
"Starting off 2022..."
Guest: Hollis, featuring Elizabeth Turner
Johnny Hollis kicks off 2022 with a performance with Elizabeth Turner in the house. He's got a new band together, and is looking to book gigs in 2022!
Hollis has a video release at the end of the month for the song "Flowers" at The Ritz in Shawnee on January 29th.
You can also catch The Elizabeth Turner Premier at the Belle Isle Br...
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