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 61 Week of August 24-31, 2007

As we begin to look at the coming fall, we're a little sad. For the last 50 years, Tulsa has been home to Bell's Amusement Park. You guessed it, we Tulsan's know how to have fun. The place that brought us Zingo, the largest wooden roller coaster in Oklahoma, and other Tulsa traditions like: Phantasmagoria and the Himalaya has lost its lease. Say it ain't so! Well it is. So to fill the entertainment void and with the pressure on, we know we have an obligation to our town and the world. That mission: to offer the absolute best in Tulsa Fun Facts and Tulsa Music. Throw your arms up and scream. We're up for the challenge.

Brandon McGovern and The Scrappers - The More I Watch The Girls
Jarrod Mott and The Time Travelers - Honey's on the Run
Billy Joe Winghead - Bourgeois Blues
Johnny Reliable - There's No Way
Jeff Graham - Rock n Roll Lost and Found
The Engine Hearts - Atlas Smashing Atoms
San Dimas - You Wish
Radio Wave Days - In Reverse
Cobra Kai - Tribute
The Electric Rag Band - Thirty Four Days
The Hero Factor - Run
Akasic - Naked

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_61_08__24__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:51pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 60 Week of August 17-24, 2007

Show number 60...60! That's another mini milestone. 60 weeks of presenting the wonderful sounds of Tulsa, Oklahoma. If you are half as excited as we truly are, then in our opinion everyone wins. Also at week 60, that means 120 fun facts. That's not once, but twice a show you get educational and entertaining information as it relates to our city and/or state. Wherever you are, we present an opportunity to learn more about our little part of the world than perhaps you've ever thought about. Good for you. We love Tulsa and you should too!

Baby M - Bach's/Box
Skarekrow - Behave
Susan Herndon - King's River
Johnny Reliable
Math Lab - No Time Like The Past
Beef and Lemons - The Shark
Celtic Cheer - Wild Rover
City of Tulsa Pipes and Drums - 42nd Set
Diane Haney - Reflections The Perfect Muse
Jacob Ide - Pop Punk Song
Russell Law - Timeless
Any Newsom - Windows Of Opportunity

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_60_08__17__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:49pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 59 Week of August 10-17, 2007

The little podcast that could and does, can and will be even heavier than usual. This week's edition of the Double H features some of the heavy hitters from T-Town. To borrow a line, we will rock you and so will they. Practically every musical genre can be found in Tulsa. If you listen to this podcast/broadcast on any regular basis, then you already know that. On occasion, we intend to focus on some of Tulsa's specific genres. This is one of those times, we call this one, you guessed it, Heavy Hitters. Strap down, get ready...go!

Tulsa Heavy Hitters

Pitbulls on Crack - Negative Reinforcement Training
Gravediggers Jokebook - The Game
Dead Orchestra - Orange Peel
Down For Five - Insignificance
Severmind - Ruin
Iokaine - Stitching
Doomsday Junky - Doomsday Junky
The Leveling - Light It Up
Eighty Proof - Black Wings Of Violence
Blue Eyed Boy Death Machine - A.L.O.T.F.
Thirty Ot Six - With Hateful Pride
Hate Furnace - The Cage

 

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_59_08__10__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:54am EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 58 Week of August 3-10, 2007

Did someone say Tulsa? Oh yeah, we did. In Oklahoma, the month of August represents hot, humid weather and the end of summer. The great music we have to offer never ends and we think it's pretty hot. You won't get burned but you will be left with a nice warm feeling, we're sure of that. Fun facts are just that, facts that are fun. We offer two every week. Where else can you find out just how many buses are in the Tulsa Public School bus fleet? And where do you suppose the oldest continuously operating radio controlled flying club in the United States is located? Great music, fun facts, if you lived here you'd be home now.

Sam and the Stylees - We Are One
Jerry's Lynch Service - Idol
Motive For Movement - Illuminate
Jeff Graham - Rock and Roll Lost and Found
Crooked X - Thanks Alot
Elliot The Letter Ostrich - Pink Dracula
Jacob Ide - Pop Punk Song
Johnny Reliable - Picture Perfect
Severmind - Revive
RadioRadio - Bed Check
Tony Romanello - The Day The Stars Fell Down
Miles Rex - Stranded

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_58_08__06__07.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:53am EDT