One of Omaha's most infamous punk bands reunites to play its entire catalog. Will The Shanks put their wild past to rest?
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Dear Nashville, meet Smith's Cloud. I hope their album A Change of Days can change you, too.
Since Mark McGowan started recording Noah's Ark, the band's live sets have sounded different. His band, Ketchup and Mustard Gas, plays with Noah's tonight at a free Hear Nebraska/MAHA Showcase.
Del the Funky Homosapien was so much funkier with a live band behind him at the Bourbon Theatre on Sunday.
When We Be Lions took the Waiting Room stage at the Red Sky Showcase, it was pretty clear who their biggest fan was. Also hear live audio from Satchel Grande, Midwest Dilemma and Lonely Estates.
If you liked StereoFidelics, Cowboy Indian Bear or Fierce Bad Rabbit the last times they came through the state, then you're in luck: They're all converging on Lincoln and/or Omaha this weekend.
This week's column that highlights, documents and preserves art behind Nebraska music features the work of Black Heart Booking's boss.
Noah's Ark Was a Spaceship plays a preview show for the MAHA Festival with some friends. Come August, let's hope Noah's Ark won't have to bring out the boat.
When playing bass in Little Brazil wasn't enough for Danny Maxwell, he called on old bandmate, drummer Corey Broman, to start an occasional side-project. Now his new band is booked through August.
Get a taste of the new album by Omaha's grimy, sui generis, electro-pop project.