River City Ransom
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River City Ransom


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The best kept secret in music


"Tulsa's Best and Brightest Winners"

Middle school and high school age musicians from across the Tulsa area auditioned to become one of the top 20 Tulsa’s Best & Brightest. This is the 3rd year for the contest, which seeks to promote and encourage young musicians and music education. Auditions were open to any musical style, or genre, from pop to country to classical. The top 20 acts were selected by a panel of experts. The winners had the opportunity to record their selection on a
CD, recorded at Lonnie Liggitt’s Greenwood Music Studios with help of Jacob Song, engineer. The CD’s are available for sale at both Border’s locations. Proceeds to the Tulsa Public Schools music programs.

This year’s winners and their selection include Makeshift, “Come With Me” Brandon Ashworth, Kevin Currie, Josh Merrick and Landon Morris.
- Tulsa Kids December 2004

"IROK Radio June 19"

iROK Radio June 19

irokradio writes "Just to let you know that a new show is up as of Sunday featured local artists include:

Radial Angel
For Love Or Pain

Visit iROK Radio and support your local artists!

If you are an Oklahoma Artist and would like to be featured on iROK Radio just send me an email to irokradio@gmail.com

iROK Radio, playing the best Oklahoma has to offer from the Independent music scene."

Posted by maximus on Monday, June 20 @ 10:55:26 C

- Tulsa Music Pulse


Makeshift- LP: 7 all original Songs
Will Rock for Food:"Forgotten", Next Level studios also played on 104.5 the Edge Home Grown
Come with Me: Tulsa Arts and Humanities Compilation EP of Tulsa's Best & Brightest Musically talented.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Makeshift was formed in 2003 by Kevin and Brandon. A change was in the air and Josh joined in to play the bass. A couple of months, shows and 2 drummers later, Landon was recruited to join in and this is Makeshift as they are today.

Makeshift came to terms with Vigilant Records in December of 2005, and soon changed their name to River City Ransom, amidst internet confusion regarding the plethora of US bands with the same name, as well as personal reasons. The debut album "Hit The Lights' is due out Spring of 2006, with US tours soon to follow.

Featured on The Edge 104.5 Home Groan.
Also featured on the Tulsa Compilation "Will rock for food" released in January, 2005.

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