Broncho photo courtesy Crash Avenue.
Broncho photo courtesy Crash Avenue.

Sunday, Oct. 12

Oklahoma band-to-watch BRONCHO headlines Sunday afternoon music at the Guthrie Green. Part of the Horton Records Presents live music series at the outdoor stage – 111 E. Brady St., in Tulsa – the band has received some serious attention from national industry watchers for its catchy pop hit “Class Historian” on its second album, Just Hip Enough To Be a Woman, released last month. BRONCHO can be tough to sum up, as other have tried with comparisons to The Strokes, The Cars, Phoenix, Ramones and other names of the pop and garage band veins. The band is currently on tour nationwide and have set dates for a European leg. Also on the green stage will be Low Litas, La Panther Happens, Creepozoidz, Lizard Police and Helen Kelter Skelter. The show is 2-6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12, and free. For more, see


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