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City of Giants is about Tulsa, Oklahoma’s unsung heroes, ie "Giants in our Community" Each week Michael Patton brings laughter and insight and those impacting the greater Tulsa communities. Whether artists, CEO’s, ball players, recyclers or composters, Michael enjoys the variety of guests that make Tulsa the unique metropolitan and magical city that we are.

Listen live Friday 7 pm CST. on radioidl.com

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City of Giants is about Tulsa, Oklahoma’s unsung heroes, ie "Giants in our Community" Each week Michael Patton brings laughter and insight and those impacting the greater Tulsa communities. Whether artists, CEO’s, ball players, recyclers or composters, Michael enjoys the variety of guests that make Tulsa the unique metropolitan and magical city that we are.

Listen live Friday 7 pm CST. on radioidl.com

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week we have Carla Britton Gregory

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week we have Carla Britton Gregory

    Carla Britton Gregory
    Tonight on City of Giants with Michael Patton we have Carla Britton Gregory Tonight on City of Giants we have Carla Britton Gregory, a friend who has is getting a following around town for her music.… plays guitar and sings about her life, but I know her from her cooking at the The Farm Shopping Center Saturday Farmers Market. There is nothing like a relationship built on eating sample foods in a parking lot (last weekend was Mutton meatballs).

    Carla sings originals so I tried to make her sad and write Blues. She did some songs in the studio, including one title “The Show” that she wrote after a singing a show at the Colony. We talked about motivation and how creativity comes to her. She is filled with energy and lights up a room.

    I was a little trouble. I said that if Woody Guthrie’s guitar kills fascists, how would she use hers as a weapon. I did persist on what instrument I could play in her band (cowbell), and asked if she could write a tune with the words “Blurry Missouri.” I did ask if she wrote propaganda songs for the government.

    It was fun. Listen tonight at 7 pm or this weekend each day at noon at www.radioIDL.com.

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Kathy D. Kerr with PuroClean of Broken Arrow

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Kathy D. Kerr with PuroClean of Broken Arrow

    Kathy D. Kerr with PuroClean of Broken Arrow
    Tonight on City of Giants with Michael Patton we have Kathy D. Kerr with PuroClean of Broken Arrow

    Their company provides a wide variety of cleaning services including restoration after fire, water, mold, etc.
    Kathy did a good job speaking about the sterilization services that people coming home from hospitals want as well as promoting their biohazard and general services.

    I decided to defend germs and mold and questioned why she wanted to kill my friends. Dirty is a style and I resented her efforts to make my things sparkle.

    Songs this week include “Good Clean Fun” by the Allman Brothers and locals Hosty Duo singing “Dirty Girl”.
    Listen tonight at 7 pm or this weekend each day at noon at www.radioidl.com

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Blake Smith with My CBDSolution

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Blake Smith with My CBDSolution

    Blake Smith with mycbdsolution.com
    Tonight on City of Giants with Michael Patton we have this local company selling a pain cream. https://www.mycbdsolution.com/ Mention Radio IDL for a Discount also you can stop by the location at 68th and Memorial and a website that sells an ointment that is FDA approved and legal for pain relief. Blake Smith from their company came on even brought me a sample ( I haven’t opened it yet. My pain is too deep for this). Blake did a good job selling it. He used words I didn’t understand like “cannabidiol” and “non-psychoactive” and “Chiropractic”. I said I was opposed, not because it was marijuana cream, but because it was 16% menthol and I was afraid I would crave a Virginia Slims cigarette. I also said that pain can be good and used the station format of Blues music as a perfect example.

    The show contains great music like “Good Medicine” by local Bluesman Pete Marriott, “Medicated Goo”, by The Band of Heathens, and Blues legend from the 1960s Howlin Wolf sings “Spoonful of Cream”.

    It was a fun show. Listen tonight at 7 pm or this weekend each day at noon at www.radioIDL.com. I will let you know when I open the creme. If you have tried it, let me know.

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Sue Bundy from Tulsa International Mayfest

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Sue Bundy from Tulsa International Mayfest

    Sue Bundy from Tulsa International Mayfest
    Tulsa International Mayfest starts today and we have special City of Giants with Michael Patton and guest Sue Bundy from Tulsa Mayfest. starting at 10am Sue is the KidZone Chairman and came on the show with me because I am not a grownup. Tulsa Mayfest starts today and you can probably find me there at lunch or dinner each day.
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    Kidzone is one of the best things about Mayfest. We probably have thousands of moms pushing strollers and twice as many kids doing crafts, games, painting, etc. every day. It is a major production made possible by a generous donation from St Francis Children’s Hospital. Sue also gets hundreds of volunteers, many of them high school students needing hours.

    This year again they will make hats and masks, butterflies and bubbles, and everything from puppets to pumpkin seeds. Sue also makes sure kids have a pipe cleaner craft pallooza of fun. They paint sticks and stones, get excellent hands on instruction, and everybody takes home art. Sue throws the kid’s party of the year and everything they do is all free.

    For music, the station selected all artists who are playing at Mayfest. Saturday night singer Wanda Watson Band does “Good Morning Sunshine”, Opening act today at lunch The Randy Brumley Band has a tune with the late Steve Pryor called “Distractions”, Also today lunch performer Susan Herndon sings “Favorite Cup” with Tom Skinner, and Ben Newkirk who plays Friday night has a tune called “Lonely Through the Night.”

    It was a fun show. Listen today at 10 am, Friday night at 7 pm, or this weekend each day at noon on www.radioIDL.com.

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Rabbit Hole Improve

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants this week Rabbit Hole Improve

    Join us tonight for City of Giants with Michael Patton we have Jason Watts with Rabbit Hole Improv Check it out tonight with Up To Speed starting at 8pm
    This new comedy theater is in midtown tucked away just east of the Reasor’s at 15th and Lewis. They have shows most Fridays and Saturdays and do private corporate and other events. Jason did a good job promoting the cast, talked about how they engage the audience, and really represented live spontaneous theater as entertainment.

    I, of course, was trouble. I am obsessed with the overdressed white rabbit in the book Alice in Wonderland that they get their name from and demanded they have actual rabbits as props. I inquired whether too much laughter could be a medical condition.

    Poppa Nite found great songs including “Ain’t no Fun When the Rabbit Gots the Gun” by Cash Box Kings, “Have you Seen my Puppet Show” by locals Hosty and Blue Combo with John Glazer and Rebecca Ungerman singing “One Monkey Don’t Stop no Show”.

    Listen tonight at 7 pm or this weekend each day at noon on www.radioIDL.com

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants Junior League of Tulsa 050418

    Michael Patton presents City of Giants Junior League of Tulsa 050418

    Tonight on the radio show we have Lindsey Chomiuk Bull and Meagan Tyler from the Junior League of Tulsa, Inc.talking about The Gem Gala this is a nice event May 12th.

    I was honored to help the Junior League of Tulsa promote their event because of the

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