On the road with Andy Warhol’s pop art

The Philbrook Museum opened its doors last Wednesday evening for a free event featuring renowned author Deborah Davis, who discussed Andy Warhol’s 1963 cross-country road trip on Route 66. The current Warhol exhibition was also open to the public for the night, and the celebration of pop art was really, well, popping. Andy Warhol has […]

“Off the Wall” exhibits bold street art at Philbrook

Graffiti and street art are traditions that have existed since ancient times and range anywhere from the scribbling of obscene words or phrases to intricate, powerful murals. The artist behind the “Off The Wall” exhibit at Philbrook downtown is Thomas “Breeze” Marcus. This exhibit consists of four paintings done on various mediums: vinyl records, an […]

Chvrches concert conquers the Cain’s

Chvrches returned to Tulsa last Monday to deliver a wonderful performance at Cain’s Ballroom. Mansionair, a trio from Sydney, Australia, gave the audience an entertaining opening before the main act. Mansionair’s sound was built from the drums up. Each song they performed heavily featured drums, with the next layer being electronic and guitar. Overall, it […]

LAGQ guitarist returns to hometown

Do you like Bach? How about bluegrass? If not, maybe classic rock? Or Latin music? Congratulations! The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet has something for you. LAGQ is a Grammy award-winning guitar quartet, one of the most notable in the world of classical guitar. The group is famous for albums such as “Guitar Heroes” and “LAGQ-Latin,” […]