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Since breaking out in 2012 with his debut record, Signs and Signifiers , Broken Arrow, Oklahoma native J.D. McPherson has been a hit with fans of vintage rock 'n' roll and soul, due in part to the smoking singles "Firebug" and "North Side Gal." McPherson is back with a new record, the optimistically titled, Let the Good Times Roll . Comment?
Sedric "Boss" Patterson is a huge man who also has a huge heart. And yes ladies, he still listens to his mother. Comment?
She's always so gleeful. Always . And now that her PBS concert special has aired and a souvenir can be had in the form of Coming Home , her first live DVD and/or CD, Gleeful should be capitalized. Comment?
An elderly husky, who escaped through an open gate in her yard, found herself in a dire situation in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, when she became trapped in mud in a nearby creek, reported Thursday's Fox 23 News. A good Samaritan called animal control after hearing the dog, named "Sasha," howling and in obvious distress. Comment?
Skyler Holman, former Oklahoma State All-American wrestler, died Saturday, Oct. 4 after a brief battle with cancer, his college alma mater reported Monday . He was 35. Just last month, "The Oklahoman" newspaper reported that Holman "had been recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer in his lungs and bones." Comment?
Mountain Standard Time, Jacey, and Smokestack Relics top the Central Iowa Concert Calendar for Wednesday, October 1. Get all the details on those shows and more below. Colorado progressive bluegrass jam band Mountain Standard Time will headline a 9 p.m. show at Wooly's in Des Moines on Wednesday. Comment?
At least two fundraising efforts are underway for former mixed martial arts fighter and college wrestler Skyler Holman who is now battling cancer. "The Oklahoman" reported Tuesday that a GiveForward.com fundraising page has been established for Holman, who won conference titles for University of North Carolina and Oklahoma State , while a Kansas online wrestling forum has announced the sale of "Holman Tuff" t-shirts as a fundraiser for the family. Comment?
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