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 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