Tim's review of Brad Hoshaw and the Seven Deadlies at The Waiting Room last Friday.
Brad Hoshaw joined us last night on Hear Nebraska FM for a feature interview about his new album "Funeral Guns." Listen to the show here.
Brad Hoshaw talks failures of his band's first album and successes of his latest, "Funeral Guns."
Listen to the exclusive premiere of "New Tattoo" by Brad Hoshaw. This Friday, Hoshaw and the Seven Deadlies release their second album, "Funeral Guns," at The Waiting Room.
Worlds of Wayne welcomes back Brad Hoshaw in the latest podcast to talk about his new album "Funeral Guns."
Go west with these photos: out to Bold Nebraska's Build Our Energy barn, where Nebraska musicians recorded a benefit album this weekend for the fight against the pipeline.
See photos of David Dondero, Ted Stevens Unknown Project and Brad Hoshaw from their O'Leaver's concert on Friday.
Singer-songwriter Brad Hoshaw discusses his week-long sojourn to a cabin in Wisconsin to write songs. Here, we highlight one result of his work, the song "Would You Believe (Come On)."
Despite Nebraska's 455 miles of interstate, but thanks to our state's music community, environmentally conscious group The Giving Tree Band returns to Omaha tonight. Read on for more.
Murder and other macabre subjects have recently taken hold of Brad Hoshaw. In "Grass So Tall, Sky So Black," he sings of a man not allowed to die by suicide.