Do you remember Five for Fives? Norfolk and the surrounding area would play host to five bands for five dollars, an opportunity to enjoy local music and form a community.
Chelsea Schlievert Yates, a native of Norfolk, Neb., tells the story of her dad and his old records that spanned generations to bring together a father and daughter.
"Over the last seven years, a lot of the songs that once meant the world to me have now become old ideas. They have taken on a life of their own, yes, but I would rather leave those feelings where they were born."
In light of the Blue Meanies' recent, epic middle finger display to MCA Records, Lincoln musician Nick Tarlowski shares his story of meeting the band's frontman, and falling in love with Hot Springs, Ark.
Chance Solem-Pfeifer, who performs under the name Little Marais, explains how a switch of scenery has influenced his songwriting this summer.
One of the founders of the electronic dance party tells its story, including his favorite memories from past events, and why it's time to hang up the costumes.
Josh Hoyer writes about his memories at Lincoln's Zoo Bar just as it celebrates 39 years with ZOOFest, taking place tonight at 7 p.m. and Saturday starting at 1 p.m.
Darren Keen calls it quits with The Show is the Rainbow, at least until two final shows in August and December. Here's why.
This profile from 2005 captures the late Antiquarium Record Store and One Hour Records owner in his element.
On Saturday, hundreds of angry and frustrated people will descend on Centennial Mall to voice their complaints. And they want us scruffy, often self-interested musicians to join them.