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 57 Week of July 28-August 3, 2007

If it's good once, then it must be better twice. So why don't we play two tracks from each artist. We'll even make them brand new, hey! How about Brand New Two for Two! Sounds like we've got a show theme. Not to be confused with showtune, but those tunes deserve to be shown. Every double play artist during this show is being two timed, that's 2 new tracks for each one. We already two-time the Double H fun facts every show. In fact, we have the Double H and host Davit and producer Dustin therefore...Double D. We're about to end up doubled over without our attempt to double or twotime everything Help!Help!

Crooked X - Thanks A Lot
Crooked X - Jigsaw
Primal Swing - El Hombre
Primal Swing - The Cooker
Susan Herndon - On My Way
Susan Herndon - Highway 33 (Home )
Congress Of A Crow - Ghost
Congress Of A Crow - Time To Wake Up
My Solstice - Pass By
My Solstice - The Art Of Growth
Doomsday Junky - Doomsday Junky
Doomsday Junky - Summer of 10,000 Bongs

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_57_07__28__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:28pm EDT

July in Tulsa has been exceptionally cool and rainy.  We may be in the running for this phrase Tulsa, The New Seattle. Our music offerings are nice and warm. In fact come to think about, we are too once you get to know us. Our Double H Funfacts will answer your question about Money Magazine and what they rate the city of Jenks located just outside of Tulsa. Hey, he's not heavy, he's my tomato - find out what the heck does this mean. Tune in, crack the Double H Fun Fact and may peace be with you.

Fanzine - #7
Day By Day - Semi-Conscious
Susan Herndon - Oklahoma Waters
Chuk Cooley's Tattude Temple - Box Car Life
Samsara - Stars
Doomsday Junky - Born To Give It Hell
Congress Of A Crow - Bad News
The Hard Truth - Beatin' 'Round The Clock
Admiral Twin - The Unlucky Ones
Ganem - She's Got It
Tranny - Weighed Down
My Dead X - Cuban B

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_56_07__21__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:26pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 55 Week of July 13-20, 2007

You can drive 55, or better yet to 55 as in Hometown Heroes Show 55, What a perfect soundtrack to your day of cruising around town. During your drive this week you'll hear reggae, blues, heavy hitters, ratime, acoustic, red dirt, and more. While you enjoy the music think about what causes Tulsa to rank #1 out of fifty major cities, we'll be sure to let you in on that. This year Oklahoma celebrates 100 years of statehood. Surely you'll want to know just what are the 175 officially licensed items our state will be selling. These are certainly the times, the Tulsa Times...

New Science - 1,000 M.P.H.
Outstide In - 13th Floor
Hollis - Trouble Boys
Susan Herndon - At The End Of The Day
The Simpletons - Afraid Of Myself
William Ragtime Bill Rowland - Leslie's Boys
Crooked X - Procrastinator
Travis Kidd - Oklahoma Sunset
Sam & The Stylees - Survival Mode
Susan Herndon - World Class Wallower
Jerry's Lynch Service - Idol
Scott Ellison - I Wish I Had A Dime

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_55_07__13__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:04pm EDT

 Hometown Heroes Show Number 54 Week of July 6-13, 2007

Somewhere in the middle of the continental United States, lies a state called Oklahoma. In that state, located in the Northeastern part, you will find the 46th largest city in the US called Tulsa, that's us. This podcast/broadcast/diabolicast continues the tradition we started just a little over a year ago. That's bringing you all of the interesting music and musicians in and around T-Town. We are exceptionally proud of our town, our music, and our podcast series. Here's this week's picks just for you:

Sybil's Machine - Chameleon
My Solstice - Minor Complex
Whirligig - April's Fool
Doomsday Junky - The Wasting
Brad Absher - Find You Tonight
Esther Drang - Always
The Hero Factor - Run
My Dead X - Cuban B
The Effects - Everything I Got
Elliot The Letter Ostrich - Pink Dracula
Tranny - Weighed Down
Adam Lopez - Eureka

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_54_07__09__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:37pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 53 Week of June 29-July 6, 2007 The last week of June and the first week of July, it should be HOT here in Tulsa. Like 100 degrees hot. But just like everywhere else on planet earth, the weather seems to be a tad off kilter. Is this the greenhouse effect in full effect? We don’t know, but something’s up. Understand, we’re not complaining, but one does get used to one’s own climate. We don’t want it to be cooler now just for it to be red hot say in November. We do know this Tulsa music has the best of both worlds, it’s cool and it’s hot. We are lucky enough to get to prove it every week on our little Podcast that could and does. Wherever you are listening, know that our musical weather is climate controlled. From Host Davit Souders and Producer Dustin Parkhurst, here’s this week’s forcast.

 

Chuk Cooley's Tattude Temple- 10 Levels Higher
Freak Show- Freak Show Love
Standing Ape Count-All Over Me
Automatic Fathers - Violent Reactions
Los Reactors- Be A Zombie
My Solstice- Elevator
Martian Big Block - I Am Jet Fuel
Scott Peace - Picture This
Winnowing Poets - Selah
Composition B - My Fight
Severmind- Revive
The 20's- Winter In The City

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_53_06__29__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:40pm EDT