JADE JACKSON and AUBRIE SELLERS Two Los Angeles-based roots-rock songwriters with solo careers decided to write together during quarantine, and emerged as a duo. Their video set for SXSW, with a partly masked backup band, was their first public performance. They leaned into electric Southern-rock stomps, shared modal harmonies, and
Peggy Seeger’s face flashes up on my computer screen from her home in Oxford. “Oh, there you are,” she says, then launches into bright, familiar conversation, sounding less like the grande dame of folk music and more like an old friend dropping by for tea. Her hair is short and
The OU School of Music is hosting an Indigenous musician and producer for the Ruggles Native American Music Series at 7 p.m. Mar 18.
Quese IMC, a member of the Pawnee and Seminole Nations, will perform an online concert of some of his original songs. After the performance, he will