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May 1st, 2005 the band releases its debut effort, "Oklahoma Telephonic."


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Taking their name from the classic Steinbeck novel, “The Grapes of Wrath,” the Sour Grapes burst onto the Oklahoma City music scene in the summer of 2004. With a featured article in the Oklahoma Gazette announcing their arrival, the band took the stage for their inaugural
gig August 8th, 2004, at the Firehouse in Norman with a distinctive sound that immediately stood out in the Oklahoma City local music scene. With crafted but stripped-down songwriting and a unique blend of country, punk, and blues the Sour Grapes began their musical career with their own sound, and fans of local Oklahoma City music took notice.
In early 2005, the band got the opportunity to record with former Chainsaw Kitten and record producing guru, Trent Bell. On January 8th and 9th, of this year, the band recorded it’s full length debut album, “Oklahoma Telephonic.” The record has eleven original songs including the thematic
centerpiece, “Oklahoma Nights.” The album in general, and that tune in particular were meant to honor the people of Oklahoma who are the very salt of the earth, despite how some may stereotype us.
The future is bright for this talented four-piece rock band. Their task at hand is to put “Oklahoma Telephonic” into thestereos of as many people as possible. Expect to hear a lot more from these Okie garage-rockers. They’re just getting