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OKC’s musical freak legends The Flaming Lips will be headlining the 2010 Green Man Festival (at least the part on Saturday night). I’ve seen the Lips twice, both times on the early to mid 90s.
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Oklahoma Lefty: The Flaming Lips to Headline the Green Man Festival
For the 00s I think that the band that truly set the standard for all others was the Dropkick Murphys . Instead of going on and on about how great this band is, I think I’ll let their music speak for itself.
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The Band of the Decade: Dropkick Murphys
Ben Weasel takes on the Khalid Sheikh Mohammed trial in the post Obama on KSM as a Criminal Defendant. Money Quote –. The President apparently believes that objections to criminal trials for terrorists can be chalked up to simple …
Oklahoma Lefty: Ben Weasel on the KSM Trial
Swingin’ Utters (often written as “$ Wingin’ Utter $, and originally called Johnny Peebucks and says Swingin ‘) is an American punk rock band formed in late 1980s.As since been classified as” punk revival “band (reminiscent of the British in 1970 -ies, groups such as stiff little fingers, The Damned, Sham 69 and Eddie and the Hot Rods), Swingin’ Utters tickets have increasingly shown themselves to be influenced by traditional American country and folk music and Irish folk, particularly from Pogues.Members says Swingin ‘participated in many musical side projects, notably Johnny Bonnel and Darius Koski’s Filthy Bastards Thievin’ (founded in 2000) and Druglords alleys (formed in Oakland, California in 2004) and Spike Swingin’ Utters event Me First and the Gimme Gimmes (in which he is the vocalist). Drummer Greg McEntee also joined Viva Hate in February 2007 and re-volt facade on Spike Slawson with Darius Koski and Jack Dalrymple on guitar in this group. Jack Dalrymple plays guitar in fellow Fat Wreck of Dead To Me also. Jack also sang and played guitar in one man, who the army, who were on Adeline Records, until they disbanded in 2005.