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1311 E. Main Street, Weatherford, OK, US, 73096

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»The Original Toughman Contest: Boxing Tournament – Friday 4/03

April 03, 2015 8:00 PM

4200 North Broadway
Hinton, OK 73047

»The Original Toughman Contest: Boxing Tournament

April 04, 2015 11:00 PM

4200 North Broadway
Hinton, OK 73047

»Travis Tritt

April 11, 2015 8:00 PM

Since 1990, country singer Travis Tritt has been releasing records that seek to marry his love of r&b and gospel with that of the South's rich country and blues history. The bulk of Tritt's catalog is devoted to love ballads, most of which are lead by Tritt's own acoustic guitar melodies and sparse additional production. Like many country music stars Tritt has helped define, the music is almost always centers on love, loss and faith subjects that are most closely rooted in early r&b and gospel traditions.

4200 North Broadway
Hinton, OK 73047

»Gallagher: The Last Smash Tour!

April 18, 2015 8:00 PM

In 2004, Comedy Central rated Gallagher one the 100th best stand-up comedian of all time. The father of "prop comedy," Gallagher is probably best known for his signature "Sledge-o-Matic" bit, in which he demolishes watermelons (and other objects) with a sledgehammer at the end of each set. Though he reached the height of his popularity in the 1980s, Gallagher has been performing stand-up comedy for over 40 years. In recent years, he has often expressed his controversial opinions. Don't worry, though he still smashes things too.

4200 North Broadway
Hinton, OK 73047

»Brian Mcknight 'Trio'

April 25, 2015 8:00 PM

As an artist who needs no introduction, Brian McKnight has earned himself a spot in contemporary music history. He has released 15 albums to date, with several going 2 and 3x platinum, and he has sold over 20 million albums worldwide. In addition to being a singer, songwriter and producer, McKnight is also a talented and charismatic personality who has hosted" "Soul Session Countdown with Brian McKnight" on BETJ. In addition, "The Brian McKnight Morning Show" on KTWV the Wave Smooth Jazz radio station, was a Top 5 rated show 2 years running. In 2009 Brian started hosting his own radio show "The Brian McKnight Show" which ran in over 60 markets and was syndicated through ABC Radio. Brian also hosted his own nationally syndicated TV show "The Brian McKnight Show" which was syndicated in over 200 markets.Journalists who have interviewed McKnight over the years are usually caught off guard by his humor as well as his deep understanding of the entertainment industry as both a professional and a fan.McKnight has also used his vast industry knowledge as a red carpet host for Extra!. In 2007, McKnight stepped into Broadway with a successful run as Billy Flynn in Chicago. He was also a contestant on the Donald Trump hit show "Celebrity Apprentice" and is toured nationwide in 2009 in the play "Cheaper to Keep Her" with Vivica A. Fox.Born in Buffalo, New York, McKnight's musical career began in childhood when he became a member of his church NY choir and a bandleader for his high school, Sweet Home High School. By the age of 19, he signed his first recording deal with Mercury Records. In 1992, his self-titled album "Brian McKnight" was released followed by "I Remember You" (1995) and "Anytime" (1997). "Anytime" sold over two million copies and was nominated for a Grammy. In 199 McKnight released "Back at One" on Motown Records, which sold over three million copies. During his career, McKnight has worked with Quincy Jones, Justin Timberlake, Mariah Carey, Diddy, Christina Aguilera, Rascal Flatts, Nelly, Vanessa Williams, Willie Nelson and Kenny G.Along with 16 Grammy nominations, Brian McKnight has been the recipient of American Music Awards, Soul Train Awards, NAACP Image and Blockbuster Awards, and Billboard Songwriter of The Year. He has successfully navigated the boundaries of EVERY entertainment medium in an industry that is known for its revolving door of artists.

4200 North Broadway
Hinton, OK 73047

»Hinder

May 09, 2015 8:00 PM

Marshal Dutton – Vocals; Joe "Blower" Garvey – Guitars; Mark King – Guitars; Mike Rodden – Bass; Cody Hanson - Drums Hinder, the multi-platinum Oklahoma City rockers, are gearing up for their fifth studio album When the Smoke Clears (set for release via The End Records/ADA this spring). Singalong anthems, such as "Get Stoned" and "Lips Of An Angel," shot them to megastardom, establishing Hinder as the next wave in anthemic rock. Now with over a decade-plus career under their belts, and having honed their live chops touring with the likes of Mötley Crüe, Nickelback, Aerosmith, and Papa Roach, Hinder's upcoming album with their official new lead vocalist Marshal Dutton has breathed new sound, and new air, into the ever-evolving band. "We've made a really great record," said drummer Cody Hanson. "Once the fans get a hold of it, they will be very happy with it. This band was built around a strong core of hard work and friendship. Like it or not, we're going to be around for a long time." The band, which released its debut Extreme Behavior in 2005, followed by 2008's Take It to the Limit, 2010's All American Nightmare, and 2012's Welcome to the Freak Show, has every reason to have that kind of unfettered confidence in the new album. They have an unf***withable foundation, one that is bolstered by true friendships and proven know-how when it comes to writing and recording songs. The songs on When the Smoke Clears run the gamut from rowdy rock to subtle country influence to memorable pop hooks, all of which retain the DNA-distinct spirit of Hinder. That ability to walk the tightrope between genres, without a net, is something Hanson is proud of. "We can cross genres whenever we want," he said. "We don't want to be a band that can only do that one thing. We have something for everyone. We've always been that way. Having the ability to do our own production, having our own studio, gives us a chance to experiment and try new things." "Hit the Ground" is a key song on the album, since the lyrical content is so genuine. "Through the years, we've been known as a party band," Hanson acknowledged. "That is still our thing, but we've lived every lyric in this song. We know what it feels like to have our entire world crash down around us. The song shows fans where we were mentally. And we know how true the last line of the chorus really is." The line he is referencing – the powerful statement that "Falling feels like flying 'til you hit the ground." It was during the album cycle for their fourth album, 2012's Welcome to the Freak Show, when Hinder made the decision to part ways with longtime vocalist Austin Winkler. The band also left its longtime label digs at Republic Records and settled in at powerhouse indie label, The End Records. What might seem like a time of uncertainty on paper was actually fueling the band's forward progress in reality. Dutton, a part of the Hinder family since 2009, began co-writing/producing on the All American Nightmare album and has been a co-producer on every Hinder release since. He fell right in line, making the transition seamless without requiring any sort of learning curve or adjustment period, since Dutton was joining forces with a well-oiled machine, the members of which trust each other implicitly. "Marshal has been helping mold the Hinder sound for several years," says Hanson. "Whenever we're working together, everything just feels right and it clicks. We couldn't be happier to finally announce him as an official member." Despite the period of change, it was actually the Hinder faithful that inspired the band to continue on – Hinder's direct, personal connection to their fans that Hanson, Garvey, King, and Rodden worked diligently through the years to forge. Hanson admitted, "We knew a change had to be made or we couldn't continue. We had fans reach out to us, asking us to figure out a way to keep going forward. That meant a lot to us. So we did what we had to do. The four of us have been playing music together for over a decade now. It's crazy to think we have spent as much time together as we have over the years and we're still such great friends. That's what sets this band apart. It's an amazing support system." The fans are the only ones Hinder have to prove anything to. But Hinder know their audience and what their fans relate to, and they are confident that fans will respond to When the Smoke Clears. With a repository of hook-filled anthems that speak directly to their diehards, how could they not?

4200 North Broadway
Hinton, OK 73047

»Scs #26: "Legacy" MMA Cage Fighting

May 30, 2015 7:00 PM

4200 North Broadway
Hinton, OK 73047
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