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Current Show

October 25, 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK - OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Center Theater


Michael and the crew make a 'land run' to Oklahoma City, OK and settle at Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) Visual and Performing Arts Center area for a live show!  Don't miss the sticky-sweet alt-country sounds of Honeylark! We'll have a great taste of OK from Cattlemen's Restaurant, and Patrick Riley from TheLostOgle.com and legendary film producer and OCCC Artist-in-Residence Gray Frederickson tells Michael about his legendary career!

All the Oklahoma City News That Isn't - October 25, 2014

Michael tries to secure naming rights for All the OKC News That Isn't!

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Gray Frederickson

Oscar-winning Producer (The Godfather II) and Artist-in-Residence at the OCCC, Gray Frederickson takes the stage to delight Michael with enough Hollywood stories to fill a book!

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Honeylark is the dark, sticky-sweet offering of Natalie Moore Houck and Ryan Houck, formerly of Oklahoma's Green Corn Revival, to the ever tempermental gods of the asthetics... Watch out for lightning.

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Patrick Riley

Founder and editor-in-chief of OKC's popular online alt weekly The Lost Ogle, Patrick Riley joins Michael!

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Cattlemen's Steakhouse

David Egan of legendary Cattlemen's Steakhouse keeps the show rolling with a choice cut from Oklahoma City's longest running steakhouse!

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