Red Dirt Music Radio with your host’s Jeremy Scott and Jimmy Ray Taylor Episode 58 Podcast

Red Dirt Music Radio Episode 58
Red Dirt Music Radio Episode 58 Air date 05/25/18 Intro/outro music Things Can Only Get Better – Mike & The Moonpies Puttin’ It Down – Mike & The Moonpies Segment 01 (20 mins) Love Comes Around – Levi Parham Gal Like Me – Kaitlin Butts Gypsy Soul – Bryce Dicus & The Mercenaries Chasing You – Dustin Chadwell Meredith – American Aquarium Segment 02 (10 mins) San Bernadino – Uncle Lucuis Gin, Smoke, & Lies – Erv Felker Segment 03 (12 mins) Life Come At You Fast – Bart Crow Band So This IS Life – Courtney Patton This IS Goodbye – Randy Rogers Band Segment 04 public (12mins) Paris – Chad Sullins and The Last Call Coalition Bobby James – The London Souls That’s Too Bad – Donovan Frankenreiter

Red Dirt Music Radio with your host’s Jeremy Scott and Jimmy Ray Taylor Episode 58 Podcast

 
 
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Connections with Ken Busby. This week John Erling with Voices of Oklahoma

John Erling with www.voicesofoklahoma.com
Join us tonight for Connections with Ken Busby. This week Ken has John Erling in the studio to talk about Voices of Oklahoma from The University of Tulsa, celebrating eight years of interesting stories and interviews from so many Oklahomans. John discusses his passion to capture these influential and powerful stories and how the idea came to life. Ken and John reminisce about some of the most entertaining moments from well over 30 years of radio as the voice of Tulsa, including the “Mountains of Tulsa” and much more. From the first storyteller Wilma Mankiller to now over 200 interviews this is a one of a kind experience. Take some time and listen to http://www.voicesofoklahoma.com/ and it’s growing catalog of interviews. The music includes some of Oklahoma’s best with Leon Russell David M. Teegarden Sr. Jamie Oldaker Steve Ripley JJ Cale and many more Listen Tonight on http://radioidl.com/ at 7pm Sun 8pm Mon 12pm Wed 2pm and check out our podcast pages for past shows you may have missed.

Connections with Ken Busby. This week John Erling with Voices of Oklahoma

 
 
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Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Blake Smith with My CBDSolution

Blake Smith with mycbdsolution.com
Tonight on City of Giants with Michael Patton we have this local company selling a pain cream. https://www.mycbdsolution.com/ Mention Radio IDL for a Discount also you can stop by the location at 68th and Memorial and a website that sells an ointment that is FDA approved and legal for pain relief. Blake Smith from their company came on even brought me a sample ( I haven’t opened it yet. My pain is too deep for this). Blake did a good job selling it. He used words I didn’t understand like “cannabidiol” and “non-psychoactive” and “Chiropractic”. I said I was opposed, not because it was marijuana cream, but because it was 16% menthol and I was afraid I would crave a Virginia Slims cigarette. I also said that pain can be good and used the station format of Blues music as a perfect example. The show contains great music like “Good Medicine” by local Bluesman Pete Marriott, “Medicated Goo”, by The Band of Heathens, and Blues legend from the 1960s Howlin Wolf sings “Spoonful of Cream”. It was a fun show. Listen tonight at 7 pm or this weekend each day at noon at www.radioIDL.com. I will let you know when I open the creme. If you have tried it, let me know.

Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Blake Smith with My CBDSolution

 
 
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Friday May 25 Downtown Now Tulsa RadioIDL

Tonight In The IDL and Beyond May 25, 2018
Join us today for some new Blues from Bridget Kelly Band Mike Zito Dana Fuchs Charlie Musselwhite and Shaun Murphy Tonight In The IDL and Beyond May 25, 2018 Film on the Lawn: The Goonies Philbrook Museum of Art Black Irish Texas Mercury Lounge Tulsa Face to Face to Face TAC Gallery Soundpony Goes Latino 6.5 Soundpony Cucumber Mike’s Happy Hour Yeti Michael Hosty Blackbird on Pearl Susan Herndon – Happy Hour Scott Musick & Friends Soul City Burn Tulsa Robert Hoefling, Konkoba Percussion, Dane Arnold & The Soup YeshwaH Fuel 66 Tulsa Ryan Browning – Happy Hour Briana Wright The Colony Ronnie Pyle & The Drivers Osage Casino Tulsa – NINE18 Bar Red Sawyer Wyld Hawgz DJ MO Pit Stop american Strings American Legion Post 308 Dean DeMerritt and Sean Sl-Jibouri Bistro at Seville DJ Bananas River Spirit Casino – LandShark Pool Bar DJ and the Band Los Cabos – Jenks Jacob Dement Duo Los Cabos – Owasso Sneak Preview Los Cabos – Broken Arrow Mike Wilson & John Conrad River Spirit Casino – Volcano Stage Weston Horn & The Hush, Zodiac Hard Rock Casino – Riffs Travis Kidd River Spirit Casino – 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar

Friday May 25 Downtown Now Tulsa RadioIDL
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World Blues featuring the Taj Mahal Trio, Vusi Mahlasela and Fredericks Brown Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m.

World Blues Tour featuring the Taj Mahal Trio, Vusi Mahlasela and Fredericks Brown Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m.

Chapman Music Hall PRESENTED BY: PAC Trust Come celebrate the global influence of American blues music as seen from three very diverse points of view and international points of origin. “World Blues” features legendary Mississippi Delta blues icon and Grammy Award winner Taj Mahal; “The Voice” of South Africa, Vusi Mahlasela; and Fredericks Brown, a band from New Zealand.Mahal has reshaped the definition and scope of blues music over the course of his almost 50-year career by fusing it with nontraditional forms he learned from travel and his diverse cultural roots. Mahlasela, who made his first guitar before teaching himself to play it, delivers a powerful voice and message through his music. Mahal and Mahlasela will explore the intersection of African and American musical forms while Fredericks Brown, featuring Taj’s daughter Deva Mahal, brings a rock and roll perspective.
See more at: http://tulsapac.com/events.asp?id=92&eventid=2585&task=display#sthash.VmcoDNQo.dpuf