GitFriday and Saturday evenings, and many other times, stage hosts local and regional (and occasionally beyond) bands, who play hard rock, punk rock, punk, emotive rock, hard core rock, metal, heavy metal, indy-emotive, hard-core emotive rock, hard core punk rock, experimental metal, aggression metal, punk/ska, jazz, blues, reggae, jazzy blues-rock fusion, progressive, new age, techno-experimental, and oh yeah rock. Frequently loud.

Coby wo-oh!Scheduled concerts usually start around 8pm, and admission is usually $5. When the scheduled bands are done, or when there's nobody else scheduled, we usually have local musicians jamming. Late into the night.

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Rock'n'Rhythm, Fri, 2002 Jun 21
Django Sky was scheduled but did not make it.
Rock'n'Rhythm, Fri, 2002 Jun 7
We must have had something. There's supposed to be Vid video!
Rock'n'Rhythm, Sat, 2002 Jun 1
Unsure of the whole lineup. However, Vid video allegedly exists, so if it is uncovered, we may be able to find out.
Rock'n'Rhythm, Sat, 2002 May 25
Not sure of the performers, but Vid video allegedly exists, so we may find out more when we dig the tapes out of the archives.
Rock'n'Rhythm, Sat, 2002 Mar 2
Date may be incorrect.
[%] Video theoretically exists.
Rock'n'Rhythm, Fri, 2002 Jan 25

First time on our stage for these two bands (afawr). The seven theme was sheer coincidence. Probably.

New Year's Eve, 2001

Boom!Matt opened. Slumberjack wasn't called that yet. There might even have been more bands. Anyone remember? And John Higbee gives Asia her nickname. Good-bye 2001! New Year's Day 12:15AM, Woolie Wookies are the first band to perform on our stage in the brand new 2002!

Rock'n'Rhythm, Sat, 2001 Dec 22

Date approximate. The first concert actually at (then briefly called "studio75"). The hall was only open from the west end of the dance floor forward, and the raised area in the south-west corner was the stage. There may have been more bands. Anyone remember?

Sooner Park Bandshell Concert, Sat, 2001 Nov 10

The first concert, actually organized by the musicians, was originally scheduled for the main hall, but was moved at the last minute due to various problems. We hired the bandshell and the show went on.

Rock'n'Rhythm, Sat, 2001 Oct 20

(Date approximate) Steven Dudley (Under the Influence) came by to talk about performing at


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