Hometown Heroes Tulsa
Tulsa is the reason God made Oklahoma, fact or fiction? Join host and tour guide Davit Souders on a journey with the little podcast that could..and does, it's sure to give you what you seek,the answer to this age old question. Learn some of the colorful history of Tulsa music past, present and where it might be headed in this weekly one hour broadcast/podcast/diabolicast. Along with some entertaining and quite unique fun facts about Tulsa and other parts of Oklahoma, expect to hear Rock, Punk, Mariachi, Celtic, Hardcore, Ska, Pop, Americana, Electronic, Rockabilly and much more from Tulsa and surrounding areas. Try to guess in which of the fifty states the yield sign, the wheeled shopping cart, parking meters (sorry), and the aerosol can were invented??? It's all here. We are the state that brought you Garth Brooks, The Flaming Lips, Hanson, Reba McEntire, The GAP Band, Toby Keith, Leon Russell, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, J.J. Cale, and The All American Rejects. Find out what lies just below the surface... Where "I Love Tulsa" isn't just a phrase, it's a t-shirt. This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC
 

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Hometown Heroes Show Number 52 Week of June 22-29, 2007

365 days or...52 weeks. One full year. It's our party and you're invited weekly. Host Davit Souders and producer Dustin Parkhurst are more committed than ever to presenting the best musical styles from Tulsa, Oklahoma. 52 shows and counting and the music keeps coming

Upside - Lights Out
Unwed Sailor - Pelican
20/20 - Stone Cold
Erv Felker - Lost In The Wind
Tony Romanello - Streets of Tulsa
Arson Adm - Ack
Red Book Audio - Coffee
The Beau Charron Band - Don't Even Know Her Name
AM - Gone Away
Aqueduct - Living A Lie
Bob Collum - Little Johnny Shotgun

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC0

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_52_06__22__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:51pm EST

At 51 weeks we believe our little podcast that could and does and is anything but weak. With the national and world truly listening to our podcast/broadcast/diabolicast, we always make sure and put our best musical step forward. So far, so good. So just know, when we say from Tulsa with Love we absolutely mean it.

The Antenna Lodge - Nightmares In Pantyhose
Doomsday Junky - Man On A Mission
Acoustic Ross - Swept Down The Plain
My Solstice - Rock Bottom
Wade Burrow - Weary Minded Thoughts Of A Workin' Man
The Doldrums - Try A New Thing
Glare - Second Time Around
Philip Zoellner - Do I Need A Reason?
Nick Leach/Nal 1200 - Nimbus Symphony
Fighting Tomorrow - North Shore
Scott Aycock With Empty Pockets - Hold On To What I Have
Local Hero - Social Injustice

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_51_06__15__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:39pm EST

Hometown Heroes Show Number 50 Week of June 8-15, 2007

50 is nifty and we absolutely think so. Speaking of 50, 50 years ago in 1957 as part of our state's 50th year celebration of Statehood, they buried a 1957 Belevedere in downtown Tulsa. This was part of Tulsa's salute to our state's celebration part of an event called Tulsarama, they even had a Miss Tulsarama beauty pageant. The automobile was also used as a time capsule to be opened in 2007. Tulsan's placed various items in the trunk of the car such as oil, gas (in case we used a different form of fuel in the distant future), photos, the contents of a woman's purse, etc... The '57 Belevedere was wrapped in a protective blanket of sorts and lowered by crane into the enclosure, to be sealed up for all time, well ok, the State's Centennial...2007. That's all gonna be unearthed this week. While the crews start their grand dig you too can participate by simply digging this week's Hometown Heroes, unearthed just for you:

My Solstice - Rock Bottom
Citizen Mundi - Blame The World
Jamie Saunders - Promises
No One's Slave - Come And Get Some
The Physiques - So It Goes
Sam and The Stylees - Cops Are Coming
My Solstice - Pass By
Math Lab - Coma Acting
Ganem - Below Me
The Engine Hearts - Atlas Smashing Atoms
Theodress Avery - Avery Unstoppable
Miles Rex - Temple

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_50_06__08__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:11pm EST

Hometown Heroes Show Number 49 Week of June 1-8, 2007

Here we are, on the verge of our second Tulsa summer. It heats up pretty good around here. Producer Dustin Parkhurst and host Davit Souders guarantee ice and hot tunes from our little easy bake oven we call Tulsa. The directions are simple to use and the end result is very desirable music. Just more undeniable proof that when it comes to music from T-Town, no zeros, all heroes.

The Killer Grins - Cannibals and Thieves
Molly's Yes - Sugar
Radio Wave Days - In Reverse
Static Set - Finger On The Button
Sunset Rising - Heavy Day
The Beau Charron Band - Don't Even Know Her Name
Doomsday Junky - Man On A Mission
Malan Darras - I'm Only Dreaming...
Citizen Mundi - Blame The World
No Restraints - I Was Wrong
Doomsday Junky - Dope Jug

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_49_06__01__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:18pm EST