Hers guitarist and Club No Quiet co-founder Rachel Tomlinson Dick is defining her reality through music and identifying herself as a tomboy. Meet her in our latest Wear Nebraska column.
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Watch "Scottie Pippen's Right Knee" from Mean Street's first concert as part of the Community Bike Project benefit at Slowdown. See Mean Street's second show Saturday at The Waiting Room.
Listen to the premiere of Old Money's second album, "How'd You Get So Bad?" then celebrate its release this Saturday at Slowdown.
Kill County's frontmen speak with Hear Nebraska about making the band work remotely, what's different about their new album and what "Nebraska music" means to them in this video interview.
Daniel Pujol talks about the "manic sort of hyperbolic need to be able to articulate oneself" as he articulates his answers to questions about "Psychic Pain." See his band at O'Leaver's on Friday.
The Zoo Bar was packed Sunday for a tribute show to Morris "Magic Slim" Holt. Featuring Slim's friends and his son Shawn, aka Lil Slim, the event started at 3 p.m. and went well into the night.
With bandmates Aaron Markley, Daniel Ocanto, Dan McCarthy and James Maakestad, Electric Chamber Music brings their thematic music to a concert setting this Friday at The Sydney.
Before their Omaha show, FIDLAR hoped for champagne falling from the sky and streets covered in gold. See if their wishes came true with photos from the concert with Wavves and Cheatahs.
Listen to White Lung's Mish Way speak about what her band's punk rock is — put simply, "boys and drugs" — about Omaha's welcoming nature and more. Then see White Lung tonight at Slowdown.
Our reviewer calls the new project fronted by Tim Kasher, Conor Oberst and Todd Fink "a cornucopia of genre-bending and experimentation that has not yet been attempted in Omaha." Read on for more.