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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One hundred twenty-five shows in one hundred twenty-five weeks and it seems like it was just yesterday that this little podcast/broadcast/diabolicast started. Tulsa is the place you oughtta be weekly. If you're not able to be here physically, then Hometown Heroes is your "golden ticket". Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst conduct this musical tour of T-Town's finest musical offerings. In addition, you'll hear two super-duper fun facts about Tulsa and/or something or someone as related to the great state of Oklahoma.

Visit www.hometownheroestulsa.com often.

If you do not already subscribe to the Double H  you can free through iTunes.

This week's heroes:

Redecco- Walking Out
John Moreland & The Black Gold Band- It Ain't About Gettin' Out
Brian Haas- Lola & Alice
Larkin- Of Hope And Misfortune
Taddy Porter- Day Dream
The Zigs- 1,000 Sunny Days
Doomsday Junky- Mastermind
Jesse Aycock- Jerry Lee
Nick Gibson- No Other Way
Harmonious Monk- Rafflesia
Shannon Thomas- Collide
Tex Montana- Crush

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_125_11-14-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:10pm EDT

All heroes and as you should expect, no zeroes on this little podcast/broadcast. Every single week for one hour you'll hear the best music Tulsa has to offer in every musical genre. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst want you and the rest of the world to be in the know. After all, this is "Where the world meets Tulsa". Don't forget every show also includes 2 super fun facts about Tulsa and/or someone or something in Oklahoma, great music and great facts- it's all here just for you.

Visit www.hometownheroestulsa.com for these weekly blogs, listener cities and countries, bios of Davit and Dustin and more.

Hometown Heroes this week and always:

Bait- Burn Away
Gutwrench- Living Up To The Hype
Baby M- Squirt/Squirm
Ziff- Tex
Three Penny Upright- PDA- Human Nature
Gravediggers Jokebook- Bloddy Knuckles
Stars Go Dim- Crazy
Hazzard- We Had A Time
Traindodge- Born In The Cold
Brian Jewett- Two Ways
Tae Meyulks- Sandy & Ruby

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_124_11-07-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:45am EDT

The end of October and the start of November, time flies when you're having fun podcasting/broadcasting/diabolicasting. Leaves start to change color and fall and the temperature begins to drop. What won't change is the high caliber of music coming form Tulsa and throughout Oklahoma. There will be plenty of turkeys later this month, but other than Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst, you will find no turkeys musically speaking on Hometown Heroes. Tulsa, Oklahoma- a great place to live and a great place for music.

Visit www.hometownheroestulsa.com often.

This week's hometown heroes:

RadioRadio- Ghost
Sir Threadius Mongus- Comin' Home
Jorge Rodriguez-Lozano- Bailale
Steve Pryor- We Got Problems
Hate Furnance- Harbinger Of Fate
Sam & The Stylees- Groove Thru Life
Gravediggers Jokebook- Rituals And Beliefs
Welcome The Silence- Forever
Elliot The Letter Ostrich- Pink Dracula
SwampFox- Gypsy Moon
Adam Lopez- Interstate Of Love
Bring Down The Hammer- Bring Down The Hammer

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_123_10-31-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:32am EDT

All ball, as in All Freakers Ball. This week's podcast/broadcast is part 2 of a well, 2 parter. 34 years ago in 1974, Freakers Ball debuted in Tulsa. All these years later, and it's bigger and better than ever. Hometown Heroes is the official podcast of "The Ball" and one of the 4 stages is the Hometown Heroes Stage. Dustin Parkhurst and Davit Souders play the wide range of music from T-Town and Freakers Ball is your chance to see many of these outstanding performers. Music, pumpkins, ghosts, goblins and so much more-Halloween Tulsa style. Special thanks to event sponsors Guinness & Smirnoff Triple Black.

www.myspace.com/freakersballroomblitz

www.cainsballroom.com

www.hometownhereostulsa.com

Tulsa's Freakers Ball 2008 Part 2:

SwampFox- Gypsy Moon
Ghosts- Rubber Stones
Bait- Tsunami
Mariachi Tulsa- La Muneca
The Red Alert- Tulsa Calling
Bad Things- Revolution Man
Wade Burrow- My Final Word
Bag Eyes- Now I'm Coming Down
Acoustic Ross- Fault Country
Doomsday Junky- Doomsday Junky
First Lady Assassins- Dan's Song
Spank- Break Me

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_122_10-24-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:57am EDT

Happily it's that time of year again where we feature those performers who will be showcased on 4 stages at Freakers Ball held at the world famous Cain's Ballroom here in Tulsa. This will be the 34th year for Freakers Ball and it is the biggest Halloween event in Oklahoma. Not only is Hometown Heroes the official podcast/broadcast of Freakers Ball, we also have our own "Double H Stage". If that's not enough, the 11pm $1,000 costume contest features some of the season's most elaborate costumed contestants. Friday October 31 Guinness presents the 34th Annual Freakers Ball- 4 stages featuring all Tulsa area music, a $1,000 costume contest, and the very spooky Dustin Parkhurst and Davit Souders.

www.myspace.com/freakersballroomblitz

www.cainsballroom.com

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

The Freakers Ball Class of 2008 Part One:

Doomsday Junky- Man On A Mission
Stevedore- Pure Aggression
Acoustic Ross- The R.I.A.A. Took My Baby Away
First Lady Assassins- Grey Is The New Black
The Red Alert- Meet Me At My Place
Bad Things- P.O.D.
Spank- Over Again
Mariachi Tulsa- Perdoname Y Queriendo
Down For Five- Insignificance
Ghosts-Tiny Girlz

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_121_10-17-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:09pm EDT

Tulsa's got gas! Well, Tulsa's always had gas, in fact for years and years our city was known as "The Oil Capital of the World". This week Oklahoma has the cheapest regular unleaded gas in the nation and Tulsa specifically has the lowest price per gallon of any U.S. city: $2.66, HOLY SMOKES!!! What a great time to come to T-Town, hear great music and see the sites, all for under 3 bucks a gallon, now that's a deal. Tulsa's wide variety of music will certainly keep you "gassed up". We of course mean that in the best possible way. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst will offer you some great full service music and perhaps they will check your oil, tire pressure and clean your windshield. Fill 'er up with this week's Hometown Heroes.

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This Is Benji...- I Miss You
Wendy Nichol- This Is For All The Girls
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey- Recovering The Time Capsule
Gravediggers Jokebook- P.M.O.G./Crawl
Sofa Choker- Someone Like You
Mojo Militia- Chocolate Covered
TJ McFarland- Boold Red Bay
Sarah Lindsey- Bend In The River
Mason Remel- Pretty Hair, Gummie Bear
Ziff- Flatline (My Old Friend)
Acoustic Ross- 48 Days Adrift

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_120_10-10-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:55am EDT

Welcome to Tulsa music and October 2008. October in T-Town means much the same as the rest of the United States: Fall, cooler weather, pumpkin patches and the grand finale...Halloween. The Weather's getting cooler but Tulsa's music remains hot. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst can and will gaurantee that. As usual, there's not one, but two fun facts about Tulsa and/or something or someone in Oklahoma. Sit back and turn up whatever player you use to listen to "The Sound of T-Town", remember this podcast/broadcast is absolutely "Where The World Meets Tulsa".

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

All heroes, no zeros:

Slugwrench- Wrapped III
Callupsie- The Murderous Type
Trust Tree- Judgement Day
Unwed Sailor- Aurora
BlackSwan- Take The Scenic Route
Cindy Cain- In Your Impala
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey- Tae Parade
Congress Of ACrow- Reason
Radio Wave Days- Skyline
First Lady Assassins- Queen Of The Mountain
Jarrod Mott and The Time Travelers- The Catch
Martian Bigblock Moon Patrol 1

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_119_10-03-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:54am EDT

Ever wonder what Tulsa's music scene might have sounded like say, in the 1980's? You may be very suprised, punk rock and new wave were very much alive and well in T-Town, beginning in the late 1970's and stomping their way throughout the 80's, luck for us! This show also educates the younger listeners to the fact that the Tulsa music scene has been alive and well for years. This is musical time travelling at it's best. As we uncover more music from Tulsa's colorful past, rest assured Dustin Parkhurst and Davit Souders will showcase it right here. Take a walk down memory lane, past or present, Tulsa's hometown heroes are among the best.

Hometown Heroes in the 1980's:

Radio Milan- In The Cofusion
Automatic Fathers- Violent Reaction
Local Hero- Live Up
Los Reactors- Dead In the Suburbs
The David Dover Band- Take Another Chance
20/20- Nuclear Boy
N.O.T.A.- Moscow
The Jacks- Just Like Yesterday
Roger Scott- Dance The Night Away
Los Reactors- Culture Shock
N.O.T.A.- You Make Me Sick
N.O.T.A.- Toy Soldiers

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_118_09-26-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:52am EDT

Viva Tulsa! Viva Tulsa ! Viva Tulsa! Great times, great people, great music!!! Tulsa, how do we love thee-let us count the ways: great food- barbeque, Thai, Italian, sushi(yes awesome sushi in Tulsa, Oklahoma), hamburgers, hot dogs, Greek, Indian, sandwhiches, soups, bagels, coffee and Davit's personal favorite, hot black tea with milk. Also great sites like the Golden Driller, the Center of the Universe, bookstores, Tulsa State Fair, Oklahoma Scottish Festival, Oktoberfest, Mayfest, Freaker's Ball, D-Fest, Freakers Ball, Ballroom Blitz, Cain's Ballroom, BOK Center, Spirit Bank Center. T-Town's got lots of cool and the soundtrack to boot!

Hometown Heroes- Where The World Meets T-Town:

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

Shamrock- 2 Stars
Calling Matthew- Well Known Stranger
Ghosts- Rubber Stones
Mellowdramatic Wallflowers- Rhetoric
The 3 Godfathers- The Burning
Physiques- Bright Ideas
Even The Dogs- Shut Your Mouth
2 Weeks Ago- I Will Fight
Frustrated Houswives- New World
Shutdown Sequence Go!- Quicker Than Quicksand
The Red Alert- Oklahoma Sweetheart Blues

The Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: HH_117_09-19-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:51am EDT

Our shows host and producer, Diabolical Davit Souders and Devine Dustin Parkhurst could easily do the good cop/bad cop routine, but really their opinions don't differ drastically and they wholeheartedly agree that Tulsa's got some of the best music around. Twice each show you get not one but two really fun and informative facts about Tulsa and/or something interesting in Oklahoma. You know we love Tulsa and you're gonna fall for our little town and it's cute musical ways.

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This week's heroes:

Rook- Muse
Mourning Tree- Orange Ave.
Brad Absher- Find You Tonight
Jarrod Mott & The Time Travelers- Perfect Body
Sir Threadius Mongus- Comin' Home
First Lady Assassins- Queen Of The Mountain
The Darlings- Sailor Song
Elliot The Letter Ostrich- My Baroness
DDS- You Can Try
Mlan Darras- Beautiful Girl
Jeff Graham- Hurricane
Ziff- Smile

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_116_09-12-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:49am EDT

For all practical purposes, Summer is over here in Tulsa. Once most of the kids are back in school, it just seems to be the unofficial end of that Summer-like feel. Not to worry though, whether it's Summer, Fall, Winter or Spring, Tulsas music will be here for you and the rest of the world. This weeks show has a theme of sorts: Acoustic Tulsa, that says it all. We feature acoustic versions that some of our heroes (and sheroes) usually play "electrified", if you will. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst give you the best, no strings attached, well actually, the strings are attached. It sounds much better that way. Listen for yourself. Everyone needs hometown heroes and T-Town has some of the best.

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

Listen to these fine artists and often:

Acoustic Tulsa:

 

Acoustic Ross- History Lesson Part III
Ganem- Angel Eyes
The Mudville Project- Swallow Your Sword
Tony Romanello - No Regrets
Wendy Nichol - Seeking You
Travis Kidd - Oklahoma Sunset
Susan Herndon - Cremation Papers
Brian Parton - Long Hard Night
Wade Burrow - My Final Word
William Joseph - On and On
TJ McFarland - I'm Leavin' That's All
Brian Haas - Lola and Alice

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: HH_115_09-05-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:40pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show #113 August 22-29, 2008

Lemonade anyone? Tulsa has gallons ans gallons, in fact just try to guess how much. In fact, try to guess which city holds the new record for the largest soft drink ever made. Listen to this week's Hometown Heroes to find out exactly how much and what size glass!!! Believe us when we tell you that a world record giant glass of lemonade goes best with world class music and we've got PLENTY right here in T-Town. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst offer to quence your musical thirst weekly with giant servings of every musical genre. There's a buzz out there and it's loud and proud from a city in Oklahoma.

Hometown Heroes

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

(The Sound of T-Town)

Where the world meets Tulsa

Retrofit- Squares Defeated By Triangles
Groove Pilots- Promises
Rhythm Lizards- Jah Favorites
City Of Tulsa Pipes and Drums- Highland Cathedral
Celtic Cheer- Men Of The West
Mojo Militia- Reverse
N.O.T.A.- You Make Me Sick
Susan Herndon- Piracy
Sir Threadius Mongus- Cat In The Rain part 1
Tulsa Praise Orchestra- Tell It
Scott Aycock w/ Empty Pockets- Hold On To What I Have

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_113_08-22-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:05pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show #112 August 15-22, 2008

Livin' on Tulsa time (Central Time Zone to be exact). It may be what we do best, well that and showcase the music of our beloved T-Town. These weekly on hour podcasts/broadcasts originate right in the center of these United States, and our city's motto is "Where the East meets the West" and the Double H motto is "Where the world meets Tulsa". So you see, we're quite the meeting place on several fronts. We will always meet you with the finest music and musicians from our neck of the woods. You know what? If you lived here, you'd be home now.

Visit www.hometownheroestulsa.com often.

This week's hometown heroes from Tulsa with love:

Mason Remel- When The Boys Were Out On The Western Plain...
The Starkweather Boys- Archer St. Blues
RadioRadio- BBC
Cairde Na Gael- Whiskey In The Jar
Celtic Cheer- Wild Rover
City Of Tulsa Pipes and Drums- Highland Cathedral
TJ McFarland- Too Bad To Be True
Flapjack Cancer Co.- Certain Needs
Marshallcity- She Took My Heart Away
Samsara- Stars
Mummy Weenie- Mummy Weenie
Snap On Voles- Frantic City

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

 

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_112_08-15-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:55pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show #111 August 8-15, 2008

We're number one. Well actually 111 as in show number 111. One hundred eleven weeks of the world meeting Tulsa. That's a lot of "how do you do's" and we do fine! Program Director Davit Souders and Producer Dustin Parkhurst make it their weekly mission to introduce you to the original music that comes out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. World famous musical artists from Leon Russell to Hanson to Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey all come from T-Town, and that's a mighty diverse heritage! This podcast/broadcast exists to show the world what our city has to offer musically. Once again we say, we love Tulsa and so will you! www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This weeks heroes:

Aqueduct- Assignment #1: Heart Design
Joe and Ellen- Jewelbox
Aries Road- California
Royal Crush- That's Impossible
Trust Tree- Long For Home
Chuk Cooley and The Demon Hammers- The Lost
All Of The Below- The Reckoning
Admiral Twin- You Hung The Moon
Templar- Feel No Better
Martian Big Block- Miss Tomato Pie
Blue Eyed Boy Death Machine- How Quickly Things Can Change
Larkin- The Curse Of Our Fathers

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_111_08-08-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:21pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show #110 August 1-8, 2008

Hello world, hello darlin', hello kitty. Once again, it's Tulsa calling. Wherever you are on planet earth we wish you only the best. The best in Tulsa music is what we offer you every week. Thanks to this little worldwide web, Davit Souders, and Dustin Parkhurst get to showcase music they've known for years to be pretty darn spectacular. And now the world is in on our little secret. We love Tulsa music and we think you will too!

Visit our website and often:

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This weeks heroes and sheroes:

Fuzz - God Is Good
AM - New Road
All Of The Below - Panic Attack
Trust Tree - 15 Reasons
Mister Voxious - Guess Your Weight
The Starkweather Boys - The Best of You
Wendy Nichol - Beauty Queen
Shutdown Sequence Go! - Mr. Blue (Is Coming For You)
Acoustic Ross - Blushes
Citizen Mundi - Sleep
Nathan Brant - Believe
Sarah Wagner and the Pop-Adelphics - Typical Day

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_110_08-01-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:16pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show #109 July 25-August 1, 2008: Tulsa 2005 Revisted

Is it hot enough yet? Yes, In Tulsa, Oklahoma right now, this week it's triple digit hot. Excessive heat warnings abound, sunburn, heat stroke, and dehydration are real concerns. What we don't have to worry about is the amazing music that Tulsa muscians produce in abundance. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst fight the extreme heat with the extreme cool of the "Sound of T-Town" This week Davit and Dustin revisit 2005 (yeah, we know only 3 years ago) but still, a little slice of our musical past will always be more exciting then no slice at all.

Visit www.hometownheroestulsa.com often

This week's heroes of 2005:

The Mudville Project - Kinda Man
The Hero Factor - Come Down
Stevedore - Almost Beautiful
The Red Alert - Tulsa Calling
David Dover - Take Care Of Me
Redecco - Not Very Far
Traveler - See
Wreckless Process - Pull Your Own Weight
Cairde Na Gael - Whiskey In The Jar
The Effects - Fake It, Til You Make It
Brian Haas - I Mean You
Alaska Factor - Ignorance

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_109_07-25-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:00pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show #108 July 19-25 , 2008: Tulsa Artists At D-Fest Part 3 of 3

This week the mega musical blitz D-Fest will be in downtown Tulsa Friday July 25 and Saturday July 26. It's 2 days of music and music industry conferences. With over 150 musical artists and many from Oklahoma and right here in Tulsa. This is week 3 of the Hometown Heroes feature on Tulsa and surrounding artist playing at the event.

This week we've got hot T-Town music, hot weather and a red hot and very cool concert event this week. Go to dfest.com for all the info you could possibly want and there's also our fun website: www.hometownheroestulsa.com  You, like others should visit and often. Host Davit Souders and Producer Dustin Parkhurst will gladly tour guide you through all of the ins and outs of the Double H and D-fest...

This Weeks D-Fest Heroes:

Kawner - Lost
Bait - Tsunami
Blackswan - A New Friend For Jimmy
Progress In Color - It's A Plague
Congress Of A Crow - Ghost
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey - Winter Clothes
Adam Lopez - Lovers
Josef Glaude Trio - Molly's Blue Day
AM - Gone Away
Acoustic Ross - Pushin' 40
Ghosts - Nutz N' Boltz
Steve Liddell - Yes, Yes, Yes (Rock You Girl)

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_108_07-18-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:49pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show #107 July 11-18, 2008: Tulsa Artists At D-Fest Part 2 of 3

Tulsa, Tulsa, Tulsa - It's what we're selling. It's our city, it's our music and its certainly our pleasure to showcase it right here each and every week. This is week two of or featuring T-Town artist performing at D-fest, Oklahoma' 2-day music festival and conference held in downtown Tulsa July 25-26. For a complete list of all performers go to www.dfest.com. We'll see you there. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst don't just think highly of the music and muscians they feature, you might say they think of them as Hometown Super Heroes.

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

Callupsie - The Murderous Type
Mayola - Once A Fisherman
Ganem - Let Go
First Lady Assassins - Dan's Song
Joesf Glaude Trio - Bad Dog Blues
Black Wednesday - Pigs In Hell
Acoustic Ross - Fault Country
Motive For Movement - Illuminate
Colourmusic - Yes
Jesse Aycock - Sun Set
The Starkweather Boys - Off His Leash
John Moreland and The Black Gold Band - Everything's My Fault

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_107_07-11-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:34pm EDT

 Hometown Heroes Show #106 July 7-12, 2008: Tulsa Artists at D-Fest Part 1 of 3

Hello it's good to see you again. What's it been, a week? If you can't be in Tulsa physically, this is certainly the next best thing. After all Hometown Heroes is the place where the world meets Tulsa. This week Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst feature T-Town artists at this year's D-Fest (The 2-day Oklahoma music festival) featuring over 150 performing artists. In fact, what a great reason to come to Tulsa.

www.dfest.com

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This weeks Tulsa D-Fest Hometown Heroes:

PDA-Get Together (featuring Big Hank)
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey-Recovering The Time Capsule
Admiral Twin-Get Well Soon
I Said Stop-Song About Stopping
Ghosts-Hospital Clown
My Solstice-Pass By
The Effects-Desert Rain
Sam <&>The Stylees-Order
BlackSwan-A New Friend For Jimmy
Phillip Zoellner-Run Run Baby
John Moreland & The Black Gold Band-What You Get Paid For
Bait-Don't Run From Me

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_106_07-04-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:45pm EDT

Pod Bless America.

Some use Roman Candles or M-80's this time of year, we have  the explosive action-packed fun of Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst. This week's musical selections will make you ooh and ahh with the big bang and boom of a full blown fireworks display. If that's too much for your heart, we'll throw in some sparklers we call fun facts so you won't get too overwhelmed. Hey it's a free country that we celebrate this week, and in the words of our podcasting forefathers "Don't tread on us".

Hometown Heroes, where the world meets Tulsa: www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This week's heroes and sheroes:
Gutwrench- Bodies Fly
Chemical X- Kneel
BlackSwan- A New Friend For Jimmy
Ben Rector- Draw Me In
Miles Rex- Stranded
Unwed Sailor- Little Wars
Even The Dogs- A Circle Complete
Red Headed Step Children- Medical Blistering
Noah Richardson- Curse The Sun
Midwest Kings- Room For Two
Balderdash- Smile
John Moreland & The Black Gold Band- One More Headache

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_105_06-27-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:44am EDT

Dateline: Tulsa late June 2008. Summer's here and it's hot and gonna get hotter before it's all done. Pardon the pun, but Tulsa's music is always hot. There's plenty to go around, this musical buffett never runs out. Grab your plate and get ready to eat well. For dessert, Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst throw in two fun facts about Tulsa and/or Oklahoma related subjects. The city of Tulsa's motto: "Where the south meets the west". As usual, we're here for you.

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This week's hometown heroes:

Black Wednesday- Fade Away
Mason Remel- Imperfect
Turnpike Troubadours- Easton & Main
RadioRadio- I, Computer
Driven- Mr. Lovely
Tony Romanello- Fingertips
Jesse Aycock- Trees Sway
20/20- Stone Cold
Elliot The Letter Ostrich- Pink Dracula
Philip Zoellner- State Of Mind
The Red Alert- Take Your Heart
Royal Crush- All I Want

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_104_06-20-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:11pm EDT

Just a reminder, and even though these shows can be listened to anytime, the week this show is recorded, Father's Day is celebrated here in the U.S.. On behalf of Austin's son Dustin and Don's son Davit... Happy Father's Day dads! Honestly, Davit and Dustin feel like proud papas every week since they get to present Tulsa's musical sons and daughters. Tulsa's music is a darn fine listen on Father's Day or any day, here, we'll prove it:

This week's hometown heroes:


Stars Go Dim- Come Around
Mariachi Tulsa- La Muneca
Sam & The Stylees- Order
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey- Carpool
Brian Haas- Lola & Alice
Cody Clinton & The Bishops- Dark Red Rose
Lilim- I Love You Dead
Martian Big Block- I Am Jet Fuel
Arson ADM- Ack
Shutdown Sequence Go!- Quicker Thanm Quicksand
BlackSwan- A New Friend For Jimmy
Bill Murray's Prostate- Nosebleed

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_103_06-13-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:37pm EDT

Tulsa since 1898 and Hometown Heroes since 2006. Two short years ago and with help from "Podcasting For Dummies", Davit and Dustin became dummies podcasting. We're in no way suggesting they no longer need help, but they are finding their way. However, the music from Tulsa needs absolutely no help at all. T-Town is a great place to live, made even better by it's music and the musicians who make it. With worldwide listenership in the thousands and growing each week, the proof is in the pudding or in this case, the music.

Channel 6 News in Tulsa recently did a nice feature on Hometown Heroes and our companion podcast iROK Radio:

http://www.newson6.com/global/video/flash/popupplayer.asp?ClipID1=2400112&h1=Thousands%20Tuning%20In%20To%20Hear%20Oklahomans%20Music&vt1=v&at1=Station%203&d1=135500&LaunchPageAdTag=Station%203&activePane=info&rnd=13568317

Visit our website and often: www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This week's heroes:

RadioRadio- Alarm 1 Alarm 2 (worldwide broadcast/podcast debut)
The Doldrums- Spirit Elevates Brain
Acoustic Ross- The RIAA Took My Baby Away
RadioRadio-BBC (worldwide broadcast/podcast debut)
First Lady Assassins- Queen Of The Mountain
Bring Down The Hammer- Never Give In, Never Give Up
RadioRadio- Ghost (worldwide broadcast/podcast debut)
The Beau Charron Band- Back To Oklahoma
Chad Dudley- No One Else
RadioRadio- I, Computer (worldwide broadcast/podcast debut)
Bug- Power Trip
The Blue Collars- Mike The Reindeer

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_102_06-06-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:21pm EDT

Out of site, a site to behold and of course, a "site" for sore eyes (and not so sore). We have promised for quite some time and now we deliver:

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

Not only will you find all of our podcasts/broadcasts/diabolicasts and our attempt at somewhat humorous weelky blogs, there's also our listener city/state/country page, bios on Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst and links to some of our related projects. Davit and Dustin also host and produce iROK Radio (Independent Radio Oklahoma) and of course it too is linked on our site. We invite you to visit and often.

This week's heroes:


Static Set- Finger On The Button
MWK- Make Me
Rook- Pandora's Box
Unwed Sailor- Riddle Of The Stars
The Leveling- Light It Up
My Solstice- Rock Bottom
Creature Of Unusual Size- Somewhere Out Here
Jeff Martinson- Jesus In Jeans
Good- I Am The Sun
Mouring September- Closer To Closure
John Moreland and The Black Gold Band- Hand Over Fist
The Red Alert- Meet Me At My Place

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_101_05-30-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:57pm EDT

Tulsa time. Exactly 100 times. Tulsa makes beautiful music. For 100 weeks that's been proven right here. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst are very proud of the first 100 podcasts/broadcasts/diabolicasts and are looking forward to the next 100. This of course means more of "The Sound of T-Town" and many more fun facts.

For this special 100th show, find out what "outstanding podcast producer" gets presented with an unexpected award and hear the well wishes from various well known Tulsa-area media personalities. We've told you a hundred times, we love Tulsa and it's music, you should too.

We proudly announce the launch of our new website:

www.hometownheroestulsa.com

This weeks' heroes:

David Cook- Don't Say A Word
Swing 42- Oh Darling
Callupsie- Poltergeist Lights
First Lady Assassins- History Of Failure
William Joseph- Flower Child
Slugwrench- Wrapped III
Acoustic Ross- The RIAA Took My Baby Away (worldwide broadcast/podcast debut)
Brian Parton & The Nashville Rebels- Rockin' M-M-Mutha
Motive For Movement- The Stars Are Against Me
PDA- Human Nature
Crooked X- I Know
The Starkweather Boys- Off His Leash

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_100_05-23-08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:10pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 99 May 16-23, 2008

Hometown Heroes show number 99. That's a lot of weeks, a lot of music, and we are faaaaarrrr from done. That's almost 2 years of weekly music from the 46th largest city in the United States. We're talkin Tulsa, Oklahoma of course. And remember, Dustin Parkhurst and Davit Souders throw in not one but two fun facts about Tulsa and/or something to do with the only state in the union with a true panhandle shape.

Elvis, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, The Doors, and many others, have been to Tulsa, have you? You can take an audio tour weekly right here.

Congress Of A Crow-Ghost
The Effects-The Ride
Wade Burrow-You May See The Shine
First Lady Assassins-Dan's Song
Stars Go Dim-Come Around
Pipsqueak-New Breed
I Said Stop-Jail Frenzy
Rewake-Live You Again
Doomsday Junky-Master Mind
Joesf Glaude Trio-Molly's Blue Day
Thiq-Fistfulls
The Engine Hearts-Hey Woo

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_99_05_16_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:56pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 98 May 9-16, 2008

Mum's the word, or mother, or momma, or mommy, or mom. Don't you dare forget to hug the person who brought you into this world. Mother's Day is May 11 this year. The sons of Nancy Souders and Jalene Parkhurst (Davit and Dustin) firmly believe they make their mothers proud each and every week by simply presenting the music of Tulsa, Oklahoma in the best light possible. Mother's Day or any day is a great day to listen to the sound of T-Town

Disevr-Dog
Martian Big Block-Miss Tomato Pie
Down For Five-Mirror Mirror
Upside-All That I Am
TRB-Everything
Math Lab-No Time Like The Past
Blue Eyed Boy Death Machine-A.L.O.T.F.
Travis Kidd-Tupelo Honey
Jesse Aycock-Eyelid Sky
The Doldrums-Sleep Now Ok
Shutdown Sequence Go!-Scarecrows With Switchblades
Calling Matthew-Living In A Dream

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

 

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_98_05_09_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:41pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 97 May 2-9, 2008: Tulsa In The 1990's

Tulsa since 1898. Hometown Heroes since 2006. Over one hundred years of T-Town and almost two years of the little podcast that could. Lots of city history, lots of music. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst gladly help document the music form Northeastern Oklahoma.

 

 

 

 

This week's podcast/broadcast/diabolicast features music from the 1990s. Love Tulsa's music scene now, Love Tulsa's music scene then. Each week you also get not one, but two fun facts about Tulsa and/or something Oklahoma related. This week Dustin and Davit would be remiss to not give fun facts from, you guessed it, Tulsa in the 1990s. Ready to time travel H.G. Wells?

Shamrock-Quick 2 Talk
Good-Murder Sexy
Mellowdramatic Wallflowers-Bridges That Cross Over Dry Land
Pitbulls On Crack - Negative Reinforcemnt Training
Bunnies Of Doom - War All The Time
The Kids Who Never Learned How To Color Inside Of The Lines-Crazy World
Black Wednesday-Ted Bundy
The Kevorkians-My Phobia
Guy Smyley-Only To Have Partied With Frank
Concept Of Nonsense-Muscle Head
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey-Blue Max
Epperley-Breakups and Shakeups

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_97_05_02_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:45pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 96 April 25-May 2, 2008

Ah, late April, early May in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Not counting Kansas, we're right in the middle of this United States. Rain and 50 degrees one day, sunshine and 80 degrees the next. We experience every season here in T-Town and as fate would have it, every musical genre as well. The daily weather may change, but the outstanding quality of music never does. Host Davit Souders and producer Dustin Parkhurst feel pretty darn lucky to live here. They even own "I love (heart) Tulsa" t-shirts. Now that's commitment. That's why they also love showing off the music that provides the awesome soundtrack to the Tulsa experience. We've certainly said it before, if you lived here, you'd be home now.

Los Reactors - Dead in the Suburbs
BlackSwan - A New Friend for Jimmy
Inside the Wake - Regret's Decent
Sam and the Stylees - True Man Blues
Rapparee - Faith of a Felon
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey - Stroking
Shutdown Sequence Go! - Scarecrows with Switchblades
Josh James - Stuck in a Rut
The Doldrums - Water Shed
Callupsie - Achilles Heel
Sarah Wagner and the Pop-Adelphics - Get Your Backbone Up
Baby M - Yee Haw

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

 

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_96_04_25_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:51pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 95 April 18-25, 2008 Ballroom Blitz Part Two

Show 95 and part two of our Ballroom Blitz feature. With 25 bands, 4 stages and one super action-packed evening, it's the place to be. That place is at the historic Cain's Ballroom on Saturday April 26 here in T-Town, that's Tulsa for those of you outside our neck of the woods. This is year number three for The Blitz showcasing some of the finest music from Northeastern Oklahoma. Why Heineken and Heineken Light  think so highly of this event, they sponsor it! Talk about a vote of confidence.

Double H host Davit Souders and producer Dustin Parkhurst will be there and are also highly confident you'll have a great time and be impressed by the talent and variety of musical genres. Hear them each week on Hometown Heroes Tulsa, see them live Saturday April 26!

Ganem- She's Got It
Black Wednesday- Radiation Generation X
Wendy Nichol- There Have Always Been
All Things Considered- Missed Opportunities
Ghosts- Ancient Astronauts
Motive For Movement- The Artist, The Maker, The Eternal Flame
Chuk Cooley & The Demon Hammers- 10 Levels Higher
BlackSwan- A New Friend For Jimmy
Bait- Inside
Callupsie- The Murderous Type
Mariachi Tulsa- Mi Linda Oaxaco
I Said Stop- Song About Stopping

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_95_04_18_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:58pm EDT

We've said it all before, and we're gonna say it again: The Blitz is on. The 3rd Annual Ballroom Blitz presented by Heineken and Heineken Light Saturday April 26 at Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 25 bands on 4 stages featuring music and musicians from Tulsa and surrounding areas live! Host Davit Souders and producer Dustin Parkhurst couldn't be more excited. Any opportunity to showcase Tulsa's music whether it's this little podcast/broadcast/diabolicast or live on stage is a good thing, correction, a GREAT thing. This podcast is only part one of two featuring T-Town artists who are performing at The Blitz this year.

If you're anywhere close to Tulsa, Oklahoma April 26, come see this show! Plus one of the stages will be the Hometown Heroes Stage, Yahoooooooooo!!!

www.myspace.com/freakersballroomblitz

Callupsie- The Murderous Type
Ghosts- Live Once Die Once
Bait- Tsunami
I Said Stop- I Like You
Susan Herndon- Seven Sisters
Chuk Cooley & The Demon Hammers- Freedom's End
Motive For Movement- Illuminate
Soulrider- Duskman
Greg Klaus- Swallow Your Sword
Black Wednesday- Small Town America
Acoustic Ross- 83 Ribbons
Shutdown Sequence Go!- Mr. Blue

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC.

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_94_04_11_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:42pm EDT

Unlike television, the little podcast that could and does, did not have a writers strike. So we have consistently given you a brand new episode each and every week including this show. That adds up to 93 fun-filled weeks of music from the 93rd largest city in North America. 93 would seem to be the magic number this week. Host Davit Souders and producer Dustin Parkhurst believe that every song they include in every single podcast/broadcast is magical in its own way. As you enjoy T-Town music, you also learn two fun facts about Tulsa and/or Oklahoma. Is it true the Air National Guard recently bombed Midtown Tulsa? Why you'll just have to listen, the truth and Tulsa music will set you free...

A.M.P. - Count The Ways
Unwed Sailor - Little Wars
Stars Go Dim - Crazy
Redecco - This Plan
Traveler - Sleep
Wendy Nichol - You Will Love Again
Fanzine - Neon
Tae Meyulks - Owners Manual
Lilim - I Love You Dead
Congress Of A Crow - Ghost
Steve Liddell - Goodlove
The Electric Ragband - 34 Days

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC
Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_93_04_04_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:27am EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 92 Week of March 28-April 4, 2008

It takes two to tango. Tea for two. Double H (Hometown Heroes). Double D (Dustin and Davit). Double vision. Double take. Double your pleasure. Double Mint. Double dog dare. Double stuff. Double back and Double back flip.

It takes two to tango. Tea for two. Double H (Hometown Heroes). Double D (Dustin and Davit). Double vision. Double take. Double your pleasure. Double Mint. Double dog dare. Double stuff. Double back and Double back flip.

Yes we meant to repeat the above, get it? This weeks theme is you guessed it, "Two Times Two Times Two". Two tracks from each artists.We always give you two fun-filled facts about Tulsa and/or something in Oklahoma each week and that's not gonna change. Since we love the city of Tulsa and its music so much, it made sense to if you will, double your musical money...Sit back, relax and leave the two-timing to us.

The Effects- Battleship
Radio Wave Days- Automatic Daydream
Bait- Don't Run From Me
Stars Go Dim- Come Around
Theodress Avery- Lazy Day
Mason Remel- Imperfect
Stars Go Dim- Walk On
Bait- Wait
Radio Wave Days- Uneven
The Effects- Desert Rain
Mason Remel- Poca Dotz
Theodress Avery- The Cause

 

This Diabolicast produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_92_03_28_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:55pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 91 Week of March 21-28, 2008

Spin the bottle. You spin me 'round and 'round. Let's go for a spin. Take it out for a spin. Spin-cycle. Spin doctor. Twin Spin. Sit n spin. Spinster... S-Pin the tail on the donkey (well, we tried). And best of all Spin Magazine. Specifically, the April issue which is out now! Even more specific pages 114-115. There it is, in glorious print, two pages on the Tulsa music scene! Host Davit Souders and producer Dustin Parkhurst have been telling you for 91 weeks: Tulsa Rocks! We get it, you get it and now Spin Magazine gets it. Even our little podcast/broadcast/diabolicast got mentioned. Life is good and music is great in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Motive For Movement - The Stars Are Against Me
Fighting Tomorrow - Testament
Red Book Audio - Red Book Audio
Callupsie - The Murderous Type
The Effects - Turn On The World
PDA - Human Nature
Crooked X - Thanks A Lot
Winnowing Poets - Butterscotch and Rus
Steve Bagsby - Talahina Hula
Dwight Twilly - I’m On Fire
The 3 Godfathers - The Burning
PDA - Dwell On The Past

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_91_03_21_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:06pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 90 Week of March 14-21, 2008

Think green, Irish green. Everyone deserves a special day whether it's St.Patrick or you! Host Davit Souders and producer Dustin Parkhurst also think everyone deserves special music and that's exactly what they deliver. From Tulsa with love, the wonderful music that makes up the sound of T-Town. Consider it your musical lucky charm...

Radio Wave Days - In Reverse
Calling Matthew - Love Note Suicide
Citizen Mundi - Sleep
Celtic Cheer - Irish Rebel
All Strings Attached - Jigs: Walking the Floor/Cronin’s Favourite/Gallaghers
Cairde Na Gael - Gypsy Rover
Larkin - Hang It Up Boys
City of Tulsa Pipes & Drums - Highland Cathedral
New Science - Mr. Landfill
The Effects - Nineteen
Congress of a Crow - Hammer
PDA - Dwell On The Past

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_90_03_14_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:51am EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 89 Week of March 7-14, 2008

These guys are just not gonna give up. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst are surely two men on a mission and you guessed it, failure is not an option. They have an almost endless musical supply of goods, and are prepared to hunker down for the long haul inside their studio bunker. All of this dedication for one very important cause: to share the music of T-Town with the whole world. Fun facts about Tulsa and Oklahoma intended to entertain and educate you, not once, but twice every single show. No need to run, no need to hide, just listen.

Mariachi Tulsa - A Toda Mariachi
The Killer Grins - Isolation
Maindrayne - Nicebreaker
Tony Romanello - Streets of Tulsa
Ghosts - Hosptial Clown
I Said Stop - Jail Frenzy
Hazzard - Choices
Brandon McGovern&The Scrappers - Summer Is On The Run
Brian Parton - Break My Heart
Binge/Purge Society - Growth
The Round Up Boys - Theme Song (We're the Round Up Boys)
Shannon Thomas - Just So You Know
Kelli Lynn & The Skillet Lickers - Rattlesnake Momma
Black Swan - A New Friend For Jimmy
Wreckless Process - More To Believe

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_89_03_07_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:59pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 88 Week of February 29-March 7, 2008

Something's Fishy - it must be the Pisces will this month come in like a lion and go out like a lamb or will it be the other way around? Dustin and Davit make a promise and will keep that promise to continue to present you lion-like music with no lambs in site whatsoever. Get ready to roar and enjoy this weeks fine artists who make Tulsa their home. Stay awhile. 

The Dull Drums - Blue
The Effects - Turn The World On
Mason Remel - Found Du Lac
Radio Wave Days - Automatic Day Dream
Theodress Avery - Don't Tie Me Down
Slamcat - Back To You
Cairde Na Gael - Old Maid In The Garret
Johnny Reliable - Nowhere Else
Kelli Lynn&The Skillet Lickers - Rattlesnake Momma
Black Swan - A New Friend For Jimmy
Wreckless Process - More To Believe

 This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_88_02_29_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:03pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 87 Week of February 22-29, 2008

Producer Dustin Parkhurst loads all of the weekly music for Hometown Heroes into the studio computer at the special Double H Research Lab and prepares it in the order it is to be featured. Host Davit Souders programs the music format by first hand writing each week's show notes with highlighted markings giving the play list its colorful look. This task also includes researching and finding 2 fun facts for each weekly show. After the live podcast is recorded, Dustin will load the show so that it's available and ready to download, you can go to our site or itunes for your free subscription.

We thought you might be interested in some of the magic that goes on behind the curtain. In fact, we encourage paying attention to the podcast behind the curtain.

Adam Lopez - Lovers
Red Book Audio - The Man The Crime
Sybil's Machine - I Heal
Injector - Evil's Bane
Amy Newsom - Window's Of Opportunity
Benji - Everywhere You Go
CoCo Jones - 21 And Up
Brandon Jenkins - Finger On The Trigger
PDA - Get Together
Mason Remel - A Song For Rooftops
Bait - Wait
Glass Magnet - Doors and Windows

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_87_02_22_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:09pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 86 Week of February 15-22, 2008

We are well into the 2nd month of 2008. We are by now writing the year correctly, if you're like us, it takes a few times accidentally writing the old year then BAM-you're in the groove for 2008. It feels so good, Let's do it again....2008

Dustin and Davit are also receiving lots of new musical crop starting to sprout up. If you will listen to the Double H on a regular basis, either as a free itunes subscription or just individual show, then you know you'll hear brand new music, older music, and something in between. And don't you dare forget about the 2 fun facts provided each week to hlep you learn and eventually fall in love with the presented music of Tulsa.

Its music is the key of Tusla or as our little show catch phrase states, "The Sound of T-Town"

Even The Dogs - When We Fall
My Solstice - The Art Of Growth
Travis Kidd - Anticipation
Malan Darras - Ink Blot
Mariachi Tulsa - A Toda Mariachi
Indicator/Activator - Biscuits, Anyone?
The Zigs - While The Iron is Hot
My Dead X - Cuban B
DJ Dex - Hard In Tha' Paint
Wanda Watson - Love One Another
Spank - Break Me
Dead Clown - Heavy

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_86_02_15_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:54pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 85 Week of February 8-15, 2008

Love is in the air, can't you just feel it? If there's ever a week dedicated to the subject then that would be the week of St.Valentine's Day. Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst love Tulsa and love its music and it certainly didn't take Cupid's arrows to find this musical affection. The love of Tulsa music is the kind of safe love that can be shared with the rest of the world. This week get your "heart on" and come to a safe place. All you have to do is listen and you too will feel the love.

Miles Rex - Temple
Snap-On Voles - Frantic City
Unwed Sailor - Pelican
Cobra Kai - I'm Comin' Over
Chuk Cooley & The Demon Hammers - 10 Levels Higher
Black Wednesday - Small Town America
Ben Rector - Come Back Home
The 3 Godfathers - The Burning
Jimmy Newquist - Welcome
Bring Down The Hammer - Never Give In, Never Give Up
Bait - Wait
Brian Parton - Long, Hard Night

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_85_02_08_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:37pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 84 Week of February 1-8, 2008

Podcast me, podcast you. In this case, podcasting music from the quaint little hamlet of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Take two podcasts and call us in the morning. Once again, our story begins with regular everyday music and musicians who turn out to be heroes, that's right, you guessed it....Hometown Heroes!

Davit Souders and Dustin Parkhurst do their darndest to enlighten the rest of the world to what's going on in our music scene.

Calling Matthew - Vertigo
Acoustic Ross - Nothing Ever Happens
Zen Hipster - Own It
Bait - Inside
Admiral Twin - Renegade Planet
The Dull Drums - Grab Yourself
Here Is There - Caught Between A Door And An Escalator
Juneaux - Perfect Weather For The Next Forever
Phaethon - So Many Secrets
Bait - Ballad Unknown
Black Sheep Drive - Ceilings And Floor Tiles
The Twenties - Restitution

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_84_02_01_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:31pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 83 Week of January 25-February 1, 2008

Tulsa, what's it mean? How about Terrific, Unequaled, Loveable, Sensational, and Awesome. Makes you wish Tulsa was spelled with more letters doesn't it? As fate would have it, thos words also describe the music from T-Town. Host Davit Souders and producer Dustin Parkhurst would be glad to just to talk about the music but know they would always rather just play it for you. The old saying "Let the music do the talking" fits here pretty darn well. 

T-Shock - Defective Unit
Doomsday Junky - Man on a Mission
Josef Glaude Trio - Bad Dog Blues
Callupsie - The Murderous Type
Martian Big Block - Robots, Take Kontrol!
Wade Burrow - Spotting Judas
Bring Down The Hammer - The World Turned Upside Down
Wendy Nichol - This Is For All The Girls
PDA - Dwell On The Past
Shutdown Sequence Go! - No Words
Electric Rag Band - Irish Stout
Lilim - House Of No Mercy

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_83_01_25_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:52pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 82 Week of January 18-25, 2008

Coffee, tea or we? Think of the Double H as sweetner for your beverage. It just makes it taste that much better. T-Town or is that Tea Town? We'll put the kettle  on for you, or as we like to say:"Put the kettle to the metal." Dustin and Davit consider themselves similar to a musical chamber of commerce for Tulsa. They will always put their best foot forward when it comes to presenting orginal music from our little community. Please enjoy. 

Admiral Twin - In My Veins
Mourning September - Closer to Closure
Mistress X - Pulpit
Chuk Cooley & The Demon Hammers - Almost Living
Project Huckleberry - The House That Jack Built
Ben Rector - On My Own
I Said Stop - Song about Stopping
Beneath - No Redemption
Down For Five - Cariacture
Entrust - Defemation
Sarah Lindsey - Bend in the River
The Mudville Project - Swallow Your Sword

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_82_01_18_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:07pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 81 Week of January 11-18, 2008

Worldwide web. Open wide world, because the little podcast that can and does serves up some pretty hearty musical treats. Every hometown should have its heroes and that certainlyy includes Tulsa, Oklahoma. You'll find every genre of music in the 46th largest city in the U.S. Davit and Dustin enjoy showing off all of the wonderful music from their part of the world. And don't forget every podcast/broadcast/diabolicast has two really fun facts about Tulsa and/or something in Oklahoma. Give us a spin and we all win.

Tate Quartet - Leland
Milk Truck - Sunshine
The Red Headed Step Children - 15 Miles To Bliss
Ben.Ben - 5756
Harmonious Monk - Orbits
Tae Meyulks - Big Hookup
Assorted Jellies and Jams - Walkin'
Mummy Weenie - Track One
J.I.R.R.H.A.F.F.-Jazz Improv Rock Reggae Hip Hop and Funk Fusion
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey - Welcome Home
Milk Truck w/April Marrs - Bad Habit
Degage - Bad Ass Song

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_81__01_11_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:31pm EDT

Hometown Heroes Show Number 80 Week of January 4-11, 2008

Eighty weeks and all this fun! After that many weeks we'd like to think we're fairly, and forgive us for this, poddy trained...

Its a new year and this is the first complete Double H of that new year. Eighty weeks and we have plenty of music and receive more almost daily. Tulsa, Oklahoma is a great place to be; host Davit Souders and producer Dustin Parkhurst gladly give musicals tours. Its magical, but no mystery Tulsa, Oklahoma is much more than just ok.

 

This Diabolicast Produced by Dustin Parkhurst for Diabolical Productions, LLC

Direct download: Hometown_Heroes_80__01_04_08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:34pm EDT