Media release Bob Childers’ Gypsy Café will be aired on streaming services April 29th March 6, 2020—Bob Childers’ Gypsy Café, Oklahoma’s largest homegrown songwriter festival that has taken place in Stillwater, Okla. for the past eight... Read More.
Media release (Tulsa, Okla.) —Since Monday, March 16, when the nonprofit Red Dirt Relief Fund announced an emergency grant program to aid working Oklahoma music people impacted by COVID-19 related cancellations and postponements, the organization... Read More.
Media release (Tulsa, Okla.) —Today the nonprofit Red Dirt Relief Fund announced it will provide up to $50,000 to Oklahoma music people in the form of one-time emergency grants of $250 on a first-come, first-served... Read More.
News release, CDA Publicity & Marketing "If you don't know Jake Flint's name you're about to. KUSH digs this rowdy Oklahoman's latest single, 'What's Your Name,' with its whip crack snare and space... Read More.
Hey, Kush music fans. New songs by these artists are spinning through the KUSH music mix: Americana: Darling West, Terry Allen, Tinsley Ellis, Chicago Farmer, John Moreland, Wood Brothers, Betty Fox Band, Aubrie Sellers, Fruition, As... Read More.
Media release (Stillwater, Okla)-- Now in its third year, the Jimmy LaFave Songwriting Contest is open to unsigned and emerging Oklahoma songwriters. The contest is free with a grand prize of $500 and the chance... Read More.
(Tulsa, Okla) -- Voting has started for the 3rd Annual Oilfire Tulsa Music Awards. Among this year's nominees are KUSH Radio personalities Joyce Abrams and Molly Payne for Radio Personality of the Year. Other nominees... Read More.
News Release (Oklahoma City, Okla) -- In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, the largest international day of giving, Red Dirt Relief Fund is proud to collaborate with musicians across the state to bring live tunes... Read More.
Press release (Oklahoma City, Okla) -- Adam Miller was born and raised in Oklahoma, grew up in Enid and later after adventuring out of state for close to a decade, settled into Oklahoma City. Miller relocated... Read More.