Lost Ogle Show: Luke Dick, Director of Red Dog

We were honored to welcome Oklahoma City native Luke Dick – the multi-talented musician, filmmaker and loyal Braum’s patron behind the indie documentary Red Dog – on The Lost Ogle Show presented by Fire Leaf!

We talked to Luke all about the documentary, which focuses on his mom’s experiences working at the Red Dog in the early 1980s, and the lifestyle and lessons that came with it. We also talked about the recently-released soundtrack for the film, his songwriting process, and some of his favorite things about OKC.

You can listen to the entire episode below!

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  1. FYI, the movie is streaming for free on Tubi.


  2. Ah yes, memories, working construction in ’79 after h.s., that was the place after work that made me poorer. Thank the maker I decided to step up and go to OU where Walter Mitty’s, then Sugar’s, took over Up the Alley and I could go to a much more academic setting.


    1. Yes – the days of Walter Mitty’s next door to Sugers.
      Didn’t get any better than that. So many fun nights. – not acceptable in today’s bullshit woke world but glad I was young and alive then


      1. You may have seen my first wife dancing there back then.


        1. there were some really pretty girls dancing back then for sure!
          they made some serious money; drove nicer cars than any of my friends.

          they were generally friendly and not too “drink-pushy” and we always had good times just hanging out and playing pool.
          all kinds of people too from college kids to businessmen to bikers and farmers and stoners. everyone seemed to get along just fine. unlike today.
          pretty girls, football on tv, pool and beer…..


  3. Option a that described all of Campus Corner then. It was a great time to be alive.Some amazing bands around back then and tons of venues to choose from. Everything was plentiful and cheap. Now back to your regularly scheduled corndog.


  4. Saw whale and the flea there back in the day. You’re right – great bands.
    The ripped the soul out of the corner when they made Town Tavern into a damned Louie’s.
    Miss the tavern.
    Better times, better music, better people back then…

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