Oklahoma has just announced that it will become the state to launch the first new musical acts in the country this summer.
The announcement was made at a party hosted by the OKC Thunder on Thursday, and it is the latest move to bring Oklahoma into the digital age.
“This is an incredible opportunity for Oklahoma,” Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Billy Donovan told the crowd.
“We’re going to take this thing to the next level and be the state that really starts taking music to the forefront.”
Oklahoma City Thunder players Kevin Durant and Serge Ibaka joined Donovan in announcing the start of the first Oklahoma City musical act.
Oklahomans have been playing music since the mid-19th century, and Oklahoma City is now home to the first music festivals, music festivals and music festivals in the US.
There are more than 30 bands in the state, with the Oklahoma City Symphony Orchestra and the Oklahoma Music Academy leading the way.
But it is music that Oklahoma has always been known for, and the new wave of bands is a step closer to that.
They will be able to debut live in Oklahoma City this summer, as well as touring across the country, and are hoping to bring the state some new music fans.
According to a release from the Oklahoma State Capitol, the new Oklahoma musical acts will perform at the following dates: Wednesday, June 11: The Oklahoma City Orchestra and Oklahoma Music Academies, 7 p.m.
(OKC time) Wednesday of July 2: The Oklahoman, 7:30 p.a. Wednesday of July 9: The OMA, 7-8 p.i.
Tuesday of August 6: The OKC Jazz Orchestra, 7 pm (OKM time) Wednesday (July 28) of July 9 and July 29 of July 31: The Tulsa Jazz Orchestra and Tulsa Jazz Academy, 7 to 8 p.p.m., 7-9 p.t.
Saturday of Aug. 3: The National Music Academy, 8 p-12:30 a.m, 8-11 p.o.m Thursday (Aug. 9): The Oklahoma Jazz Band, 8:30-12 p.c.
Thursday of August 16: The Central Oklahoma Jazz and Cultural Center, 8 to 12:30:30 Sunday of August 24: The South Oklahoma Jazz, 8 and 12 p.b.
Monday of September 4: The Thunder Music Academy 9:30 to 11:30a.m Thursday of October 13: The KU Orchestra, 9:30pm Tuesday of October 19: The Muscovites, 10 p.e.m; and Wednesday of October 21: The Wichita State Orchestra, 11 p.l.m to 11 p .a.t., with the Kansas City Symphony and Wichita State University at the 9:15pm show.
For the full list of Oklahoma musical artists, check out the official Oklahoma City Jazz website.
In the US, Oklahoma City was once the epicenter of the country’s most popular independent music scene.
Now, the city has emerged as the countrys largest music hub and the largest performing arts community in the United States.
On a national level, Oklahoma has become a musical force, hosting more than 70 regional festivals a year.
Its music community has a long history, with bands like The Kooks, The Misfits, The Wrecking Crew and the Bluegrass Revival all making the move to Oklahoma in recent years.
Despite the popularity of Oklahoma’s music scene, many bands and artists left the state due to high costs and economic struggles.
Since its founding in the mid 1990s, Oklahoma’s musical scene has grown and diversified, with festivals like The New Frontier Festival and the Tulsa Jazz Festival being two of the largest.
This year, Oklahoma is the first state to announce that it is planning to launch a new wave in music.
It is not just a move into the future, though.
A bill in the Oklahoma House of Representatives will allow the state’s capital to become the new home for new musical events.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the move is part of a new era for Oklahoma, which has been at the forefront of the music world for years.
“When Oklahoma is able to join forces with the New York City Music Alliance and other groups in announcing our intention to open a new Oklahoma Music Center, it will not only be an historic move, but a tremendous opportunity for our city,” de Blasio wrote in a statement.
While Oklahoma City has been home to many of the biggest names in the music industry, it is not always a glamorous place.
Local musicians are also concerned that the state could be losing the talent that helped it become the cultural and artistic