If I could dance, I’d dance like Gregory Hines married Fred Astaire. If I could play guitar, it would be Stevie Ray Vaughn and Eddie Van Halen’s love child; Sing? It would have to be Aretha Franklin and Pavarotti’s woods colt. But today folks… we had Zana Johnson and Gracie Murrell come to the DJAMM studio and wail for us… never been more impressed ! These lovely young prodigies are as bright and beautiful inside as their sunny exteriors would dictate, and the voices they hide inside those wonderful selves came out tonight with a glory and fervor rarely experienced outside of heaven. Zana and Gracie both are Haskell County products and members of Oklahoma Kids; a wonderful group of young folks who travel around the country making the Sooner State even more marvelous than anyone had imagined before. They shared with us a few original tunes, some covers and even taught the Kings of South Broadway what a’ capella means ! Join us tonight for Gracie and Zana / Zana and Gracie to get the treat and surprise of your early summer ! We DJAMMed it tonight ! – Doc and MadMan
O. M. G. … Brace yourself good people, for you have no idea what you’re in for. Take a little girl, install an angel’s voice, an impish personality, and paste on a devilish smile under a red mane and freckled face… yup, that’s Gracie. Who better to belt out a classic from The King, than The undisputed Queen of Okie Tusk, Gracie Murrell. This ornery model student favored DJMM with her cherubic pipes and “dorky” personality tonight, singing four, no,… five (?) songs including “Hallelujah” and an old fave from The King himself. We caught an entire hour from the soon-to-be famous high school Junior from Stigler. She played Matt’s funky 70’s era StyleUhPhone, an accordian, her Fender acoustic and was eyeing our Groovy 60’s Yamaha Party Master organ in the corner. If you need a laugh, or a dozen, pop in for musical one-hit wonder with Gracie’s sweet, angelic tones. Tonight on Dr. Jeffrey and the MadMan. DJAMM-It. Say Hello, Gracie !