BUHU strolled into town and thought they were doing a live session inside of The Spy.

In a rush of creativity, the Austin-based band created an impromptu acoustic version of a brand new song. We loved the energy and the band’s super fun personality.

Don’t miss them the next time BUHU is in town.



This might be one of our favorite sessions yet.

Okie John Moreland recently named Aaron Lee Tasjan as one of his favorite working songwriters and Bonnie Whitmore joined to sweeten the deal.

We loved how it turned out and enjoyed this rendition of “Lucinda’s Room” from Tasjan’s excellent 2015 album “In the Blazes.”


It’s the end of the year and we’ve got one last episode to help you celebrate the holidays. Check out this session from OKC’s hip-hop hybrid Bowlsey.

There are some sessions that go so smoothly that they’re done less than five minutes after pulling out from the Spy headquarters. We stop and wonder, did something go wrong? Then we realize just how talented Okie artists are. These two sessions feature some great Tulsa talent.

Every Sunday night at The Colony, Paul Benjaman leads the city’s best party. Here’s just a taste of the fun.

I think it’s safe to call Fiawna Forte the new queen of rockabilly after hearing this spicy number.

It’s always exciting when a band from out of town stumbles on our site and asks for a ride. We couldn’t say no to Texas musician Matthew McNeal.

Fresh from his run on “The Voice,” Chase Kerby played a brand new song from his upcoming EP release. Enjoy.

We’ve had quite a few Tulsa acts this year and this one might be our favorite. Sports released a chillwave opus called “Naked All The Time” and reworked the song “Dina” to work in the van.

We’ve mentioned how hot it gets during the summer. Well, this might be a record because the van wouldn’t start and the crew was forced to shoot this episode in the sun.

The English rock band Nic Armstrong & The Thieves have opened for Oasis. Well, they sweat it out in the van as if they were playing for a crowd of thousands.

Good luck getting this song out of your head. Jacob Tovar invited his whole family along for an extremely fun session.

Like last month, we’ve got two touring acts hopping in the van this week. Brett Netson of Built to Spill and Philadelphia’s Cheerleader sweated it out in the green machine.

Brett’s been playing in Built to Spill for years and he shared a track from his solo project.

Cheerleader dropped by on sleepy Sunday evening to play this song before performing at the ACM@UCO Performance Lab.

The summer is always sweltering in the van but there were two traveling acts that braved the heat. Check out new sessions from Fort Lean and Shivery Shakes.

Dreamers might have knocked out one of our catchiest sessions yet.

The country talent in Oklahoma is undeniable. Meet Levi Parham.