LOCAL MUSIC ROUNDUP: Bluesman Dustin Pittsley joins Jesse Aycock for Blue Rose show Wednesday
BY JENNIFER CHANCELLOR World Scene Writer
Thursday, January 10, 2013
1/10/13 at 11:59 AM
If you're hungry for great local, live music, boy are you in luck. Tasty treats await conspicuous consumption.
1. Local rocker Difuser brings its brand of '90s-retro originals, 9 p.m. Friday at Back Alley Blues & BBQ, 116 S. Elgin Ave. It's all-ages and free. Plus, there's candied bacon. Mmmmmm.
2. For a lively twist on an old-old-school favorite, check out the Rock 'n Roll Dueling Piano Show, 9 p.m. every Friday and Saturday at Full Moon Cafe, 1525 E. 15th St. It's a Cherry Street tradition, as is the cafe's chicken tortilla soup.
3. Bluesman Dustin Pittsley joins singer-songwriter Jesse Aycock and friends 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Blue Rose, 1924 Riverside Drive. All-ages. Pittsley is fresh off a 2012 Blues Challenge win, and Aycock is readying his new solo album. Try the Blue Rose Special.
4. If you can't wait till next Wednesday, check out the original blues of Beau & Wink, 9 p.m. Thursday at James E. McNellie's Public House, 409 E. First St. All-ages. Sweet potato fries, anyone?
5. Members of popular local acts come together to form Forever Blowing Bubbles, a terrifying, churning surf-dance-rock-instrumental machine featuring former members of Lava Children, Bring Down the Hammer, BarfMakeout, Lunar City and more. The band performs 9 p.m. Friday at The Vanguard. Cover is $5. Must be 18. With Rude Amps, Creepozoids and the Fabulous St. Knicholas Cage also performing. No eats here, only rock.
Original Print Headline: Tune in to Tulsa rock
Jennifer Chancellor 918-581-8346
Dustin Pittsley will play the Blue Rose on Wednesday. Courtesy
Jesse Aycock joins Pittsley for a concert on Wednesday at the Blue Rose. COURTESY / Jeremy Charles
Difuser is bassist Mike Armstrong (left), lead vocalist Erv Felker and drummer Matt Galloway. CHRISTOPHER SMITH / Tulsa World file