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.
A handful of local musicians from Brad Hoshaw to Bolzen Beer Band have submitted entries in Union Pacific's contest to choose a new commercial.
Tonight, a long list of Nebraskan songwriters will share stories and songs at The Ozone. Rebecca Lowry, Kris Lager, Heather Berney and Jessica Errett share their forethoughts here.
Beer might not be literally flowing through Benson's streets on Saturday, but there sure will be a lot of it. Brad Hoshaw, The Brad Cordle Band and Matt Cox will provide music.
A new seething video puts meat to Hoshaw's acoustic-bodied release.
Sometimes banter helps to define a concert. In Blind Pilot's case, they will be remembered as Brad Hoshaw fans for folks who saw them Tuesday night at The Waiting Room.