All For More

The final band to play at the Vanguard on August 31st was All For More.

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Meet The Bands

Acoustic Freight Train – FacebookInstagram

Alexis Onyango – Instagram, Twitter

All For More – FacebookInstagramTwitter

Anchorway – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Bad Jokes – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

The Beaten Daylights – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Ben Quad – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Candy Fly – Facebook, Instagram

Carvist – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Cherokee Rose – FacebookInstagram

Cicadia – Facebook, Instagram,

The Classless – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Cliffdiver – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Creeping Toms – Facebook, Instagram

CZR – Facebook, Instagram

Don’t Tell Dena – FacebookInstagramTwitter

DOWNWARD- Instagram, Twitter

Florence Rose – FacebookInstagram, Twitter

Follow the Buzzards – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

The Gales – FacebookInstagram

Girls Club – FacebookInstagram

Gloom Cruise – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Golden Ones – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Goodfella – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Grass Giant – Facebook, Instagram

The Grinnin’ Gringos – Instagram

Hoarseman – Instagram, Twitter

Kat Lock – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Kauri – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Kinda Collective – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Lights of Alora – FacebookInstagram, Twitter

Lilac Kings – FacebookInstagramTwitter

Mad Honey – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Maximus Spears – Instagram

Men of Action – Instagram, Twitter

Me Oh My – Facebook, Instagram

Modern Myth – FacebookInstagramTwitter

Monsonic – Instagram, Twitter

My Heart and Liver are the Best of Friends – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

NeoRomantics – FacebookInstagramTwitter

New Time Zones – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

The Noise Estate – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

The Normandys – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

The Odyssey – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

One Two Ten – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

The Others Like Us – FacebookInstagram

Out of Sink – FacebookInstagramTwitter

Outline in Color – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Roots of Thought – FacebookInstagram, Twitter

Rose Gold – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Rozlyn Zora Melton – Facebook, Instagram

SATURN – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Seasonal – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Skytown – FacebookInstagramTwitter

Spotless Mind – FacebookInstagram

SteelyFace – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

The Terrestrial – FacebookInstagram

Tribesmen – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Tripsitters – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Undervalued – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Useless Randy – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

When the Clock Strikes – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Upcoming September Concerts

Who: Eve to Adam
with DRYVER, Skytown, & Mudd Flux

Where: Tulsa Vanguard

When: Wednesday, September 26 at 7 pm

Cost: $15


Who: Ghostland Observatory
with Gibbz

Where: Cain’s Ballroom

When: Wednesday, September 26 at 8:30 pm

Cost: $15 (Tickets at the door)


Who: Parker Millsap
with Aaron Lee Tasjan

Where: Cain’s Ballroom

When: Friday, September 28 at 8 pm

Cost: $15 – $30


Who: Vicious Rumors
with TBA

Where: Tulsa Vanguard

When: Friday, September 28 at 7 pm

Cost: $12


Who: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
with DJ Moody

Where: Cain’s Ballroom

When: Saturday, September 29 at 8 pm

Cost: $26 – $41


Who: The Secret Post
with The Bourgeois & White Mansion

Where: Tulsa Vanguard

When: Saturday, September 29 at 7 pm

Cost: $10


Who: The Decemberists
with Kacey & Clayton

Where: Cain’s Ballroom

When: Sunday, September 30 at 8 pm

Cost: $35 – $189

Out of Sink

On August 30th, I was lucky enough to catch a local show at the Vanguard. Four bands played – three of which are from right here in Oklahoma. The bands were Overcast, Out of Sink, Adventurer, and All For More.

I had heard Out of Sink before on Spotify, so when they came on the other night, I had some prior knowledge of their music. Very pop rock was their sound – to me, there was a 2000s Good Charlotte vibe to it. Heavy on the guitar and drums, with loud lyrics and a complimentary vocalist, was the specialty for this band, at least as far as their recorded songs went.

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Meeting All For More

When looking for local bands to give a listen, I came across a band called All For More. Only two songs of theirs had been released at the time – ‘Her Bliss’ and ‘I’m All Ears’ – and after playing them through, I was hooked.

The sound was pop, rock, and grunge, all rolled into a pretty package of cohesion. Strong vocals, great beats, and awesome guitar riffs make this band one you don’t want to miss. So, I sent them a message on Facebook asking for an interview.

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