It’s been a while since we’ve heard from ol’ Stoney, but it looks like he’s got new music on the way. We don’t have any details about a new album…title or a release date. All we have is this new song we were given. “You Oughta Know Me”-Stoney LaRue
Founding Bassist for Confederate Railroad, Wayne Seacrest, has died at age 68. According to posts on the band’s Facebook page and website, Seacrest had been battling a long illness. He retired from the band in late 2017. “We shared millions of miles, thousands of concerts and a lifetime of memories. Wayne’s memory will live on
Eli Young Band has released a new song and a powerful new video to go along with it. The video feature Taylor Morris, a Navy Explosive Ordinance Disposal veteran who lost all four limbs in Afghanistan in 2012. It documents his recovery with his girlfriend and, later, wife, Danielle, who helped him through every step
Oklahoma’s Red Dirt Legends The Great Divide are celebrating their 25th Anniversary this year, and they are giving their fans the best present ever…brand new music for the first time in 14 years! To gear up for their new album, The Great Divide just released the first single to radio. Check out “Bound To Be
Avocational historian, author and preacher Wade Burleson spoke at the Woodward Chamber of Commerce luncheon Monday and told the story of Oklahoma’s impact on the formation of the National Football League. WADE BURLESON’S BIO: He is a native Oklahoman, born December 27, 1961 in Oklahoma City but he spent his early years in Texas. Wade
Corey Williams, a Small Business Administration Customer Services Representative joined the K101 Morning Show Wednesday and discussed what the SBA is doing to help those affected by April’s wildfires.
Oklahoma U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe joined Tuesday’s K101 Morning Show to talk about wildfire relief efforts, FEMA and North Korea.
Oklahoma’s own Carrie Underwood premiered the video for her new song, “Cry Pretty”, Sunday night on American Idol. The video, much like the song, is sure to touch anyone who has ever had to put on a brave face in public despite what is going on in private.
Cody Canada and The Departed continue to prepare for the release of their first album in three years, 3, due out June 29th. Cody has said this album will take the band in a Cross Canadian Ragweed direction, and that is certainly evident in their new song “Lipstick”.
Jason Boland and The Stragglers have let a second track from their upcoming album Hard Times are Relative, due out May 18th. “Right Where I Began” features that traditional, hard country honky tonk sound the band is famous for. Give it a listen….