While he was growing up in Estonia under the Soviet regime, music wasn't a chief import for Ewert Sundja. Contemporary pop had been unanimously prohibited due to its potentially harmful influence. Nevertheless, the vocalist of Ewert and The Two Dragons still managed to get his hands on some seminal albums that impact him to this day. "We had record and cassette players, but we didn't have access to contemporary music," he remembers. "So, I listened to Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, Queen, and The Rolling Stones throughout my childhood. We were lucky to get those. If one of our friends got an Elton John tape, we all recorded it. When the Soviet era ended in the early nineties, it was a bit of culture shock. The pop music wasn't what we expected so I just kept listening to the same old recordsâ€”except for when Radiohead and Jeff Buckley came along."
We will be celebrating superstition and good tunes at September's PLAZA LIVE!! Come join us outside the Velvet Monkey.
FUN PR Presents The First Annual OKWOODSTOCK Music and Camping Festival! 24/Hours 26 Bands. Music-Food-Camping-Wilderness. Sat/Sun, Aug 3-4 12pm Saturday - 12pm Sunday at Sparks America Campgrounds. This event includes: *75% of proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross of Oklahoma * Mini scenic roadtrip to Sparks, OK (1 hr from OKC, Stillwater & Tulsa) * Outdoor Stage with 26 performers over the course of 24 hours * Outdoor Bar open starting at 12pm Sat, Aug 3rd * A ton of fair food vendors * Bonfire Camp Afterparty with a DJ in the woods * Overnight Camping at a professional camping venue with over 100 acres of beautiful trees & land
Sounds Like: Modest Mouse, Weezer, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Jack White
Manager: Bobby Reed
Bio: theguiltracket has seen many faces. frontman/producer bobby reed and a slew of everchanging southern musicians. The group recently released their full-debut, thuds and grunts. The album was released to 300 College Radio Stations on April 24th, 2012 and hit the #22 spot on the CMJ college 200.
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“The Oklahoma City-based rock outfit has made an aggressive push for charity ever since that holiday season, arranging big benefit shows with other local bands, winning new fans and raising thousands in the process. It’s more than Reed ever imagined would happen when he formed the group with vocalist/keyboardist Ethan Larsh and bassist Travis Brazeal. the guilt racket plays its first-anniversary show this Saturday at VZD’s.”