Roy Ellsworth Harris (February 12, 1898 – October 1, 1979) was an American composer. He wrote much music on American subjects, becoming best known for his Symphony No. 3.
Leonard Raymond Sipes (September 28, 1930 – March 14, 2000), better known as Tommy Collins, was an American country music singer and songwriter.
Merle Lindsay Salathiel (1916 – October 12, 1965), better known as Merl Lindsay, was one of the premier American Western swing musicians from the 1930s to the mid-1960s and founder of Merl Lindsay and His Oklahoma Night Riders.
Robert Joseph Beckham (July 8, 1927 – November 11, 2013) was an American country singer from Stratford, Oklahoma. Beckham scored two hit singles in the U.S., both released on Decca Records. "Just as Much as Ever" peaked at No. 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1959 (in early 1968 Bobby Vinton's cover peaked at No. 24), and "Crazy Arms" peaked at No. 36 in 1960. Beckham composed Vic Dana's 1963 chart entry "Danger". He later became the owner of Combine Records.
Don Cherry (born 1934) is a Canadian ice hockey commentator and retired player and coach.
Samantha Crain (born August 15, 1986) is an American songwriter, musician, and singer, from Shawnee, Oklahoma, currently signed with Ramseur Records out of Concord, North Carolina. She has played as part of the Ramseur Records band and the Midnight Shivers.
Tony Williams is an American R&B and Soul singer, songwriter, and record producer who came into popularity in 2004 when he made multiple appearances on Kanye West's (his first cousin) debut album, The College Dropout. Williams was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and now lives in Fort Worth, Texas.
Brad Leftwich (born 1953) is a prominent American old-time fiddle and banjo player and teacher. He is originally from Oklahoma.
Junior Barnard (born Lester Robert Barnard in Coweta, Oklahoma, December 17, 1920; d. Fresno County, California, April 15, 1951) was a pioneering American electric guitarist. He is best known for his work with Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. He is among the first electric guitarists to create a guitar effect that anticipated the later "fuzz tone (the strength of his picking induced some slight "overdrive" in the low-power amplifiers typical of the times).
Edward "Duke" Groner (March 24, 1908 – November 7, 1992) was an American jazz bassist and vocalist. Groner played the bass and piano and variously worked with Nat Towles, Jimmie Lunceford and Horace Henderson.
Marjorie Fulton (married name Marjorie Harrell; née Marjorie McAllister Fulton; 28 December 1909 — 3 November 1962) was an acclaimed American concert violinist and music educator of distinction.
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