First, Lucas is going to Science Museum Oklahoma to learn all about the “Science of Rock and Roll”
The amazing, educational and fully interactive exhibit is mind-blowing.
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From learning how recording has changed over the years to what all goes into a concert performance to playing the instruments themselves, you will walk away informed and with a piece of YOUR own performance!
This exhibit is here until May 4 so don’t wait to check it out.
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Another event you won’t want to miss is Oklahoma’s own Maggie McClure is back from LA for her album release concert.
It starts at 8 p.m. at Will Rogers Theatre Friday.
Check www.maggiemcclure.com for more info and how to get her new album “Time Moves On.”