T.J. Clark’s endcap is exactly what a market like Tulsa needs in its music scene – a clearinghouse of information that makes a scene that has somehow managed to stay mostly underground accessible to a broader, more general audience that’d love the information but just didn’t know where to look.
Posts Tagged ‘music’
To a music fan, there’s nothing like a spontaneous trip to the record store and stumbling upon a copy of that rare or forgotten gem that suddenly becomes the perfect salve for what ails you.
Posted October 22nd, 2010 in Music — No Comments
Halloween is probably the quintessential rock-and-roll holiday. People dress up, put on unusual make-up and go on “tour,” begging for food– just like REAL rockers.
Posted October 19th, 2010 in Shopping — 14 Comments
There’s a place, just south of the B.A. Expressway on Mingo, that is a weird-yet-wonderful capital of all things pleasing to book, music and movie lovers, and to collectors, too.
Posted October 18th, 2010 in Festivals — 7 Comments
OktoberFest Tulsa is upon us. It starts this Thursday at 5pm and runs through 6pm on Sunday, providing Tulsans with a weekend of fun, games, music, food and one other very important thing.
Posted October 8th, 2010 in Music — 5 Comments
You can stop white-knuckling the Billboard charts, Tulsa. New TDT music writer TJ Clark is here to help.
Posted September 13th, 2010 in Festivals — 78 Comments
Greek Holiday, Tulsa’s premier ethnic festival that has brought dancing, homemade Greek food and tours of the beautiful Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church to Tulsa since 1960, kicks off in Tulsa this Thursday night.