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‘Mind the Music’ Archives

Being a Musician—How to Get Started

Being a Musician—How to Get Started

Tired of playing air guitar? Perhaps you’re ready to take your “Rock Band” video game skills to the next level. What’s stopping you? Summer is quickly approaching and one of the best ways to pass the time and ditch the summer heat is to take up an “indoor” [Read More]

EP ‘Family Trees’ Gives CD Format One Last Shot

EP ‘Family Trees’ Gives CD Format One Last Shot

With CD sales declining, and online and digital downloading changing the face of music, it has also changed how local “undiscovered” artists get their music out. Soon, we might not see CDs any longer. However, Jordan Herrera, of the Enid-based band Young Readers has [Read More]

Local Man Pursues Musical Dreams after Twist of Fate

Local Man Pursues Musical Dreams after Twist of Fate

An old adage about how when one door closes another opens hit home with local musician Ken Morrow after a life-altering car accident July 4, 2010.  It’s when he was suddenly physically unable to raise rodeo stock and work his nine-to-five job, which is what his entire [Read More]

Living a Country Song—Spotlight on Joe Ivie

Living a Country Song—Spotlight on Joe Ivie

Sixty-one-year-old Joe Ivie sat on his stool peering out amongst the audience of the Acoustic Rock Coffee House Thursday night, something he does about every other week. The white-haired man grinned from ear to ear while he entertained the crowd with his small fortune—a [Read More]

Keeping it Local—Guide to the Live Music Scene

Keeping it Local—Guide to the Live Music Scene

In the midst of a tough economy, studies show that entertainment is usually one of the first things cut from a shrinking family budget. But, before spending another Saturday night in front of the tube, know that this doesn’t have to be the case, especially for fans of [Read More]

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Jenny Perry, Recipient of the 2016 One to Six Art Purchase Award

Jenny Perry, Recipient of the 2016 One to Six Art Purchase Award

(Lawton, OK) The One to Six Art Purchase Award was created to support the mission and goals of the Lawton Arts & [Read More]

2016 Lawton Cultural Award Winners Announced

2016 Lawton Cultural Award Winners Announced

(Lawton, OK) Since 1979, annually the City of Lawton and the Lawton Arts & Humanities Council asks the public to [Read More]

Cache Road Square to host Christmas for Kids drive

Cache Road Square to host Christmas for Kids drive

Coffee and Cars is hosting a toy drive to support Christmas for Kids on Saturday, December 10th. Stop by Cache Road [Read More]

LPD hosts 2nd Annual Community Christmas Tree event

LPD hosts 2nd Annual Community Christmas Tree event

LAWTON, OK – Students from the three Lawton high schools packed the Lawton Police Department for the 2nd Annual [Read More]

Helping Hands in Oklahoma

Helping Hands in Oklahoma

If you are in need of assistance with utilities, food, shelter, clothing, etc. please reference this list of available [Read More]