"The next 24 hours will in large part decide the future of Nebraska music's biggest supporter: my nonprofit, Hear Nebraska." — Managing Editor Michael Todd
HN contributor Cory Kibler says, "We’re going door-to-door, and we’re knocking until someone answers." Please answer, and donate to Hear Nebraska on Thursday for Give to Lincoln Day.
Hear Nebraska is competing for a share of more than $600,000 in matching funds for Give to Lincoln Day and Omaha Gives. Please help us grow.
With 20 slides, at 20 seconds each, HN co-founder Andrew Norman presents Hear Nebraska's state of the union during Pecha Kucha at Slowdown.
Minus the Bear's Cory Murchy rehashes the trip his band's song "Diamond Lightning" takes: "We all go down to Colson Bridge / It’s where they say all that magic is." Hear it tonight at The Bourbon.
Just as Jason Meyer paints his instruments, he alters his clothes to suit his style. As Talking Mountain, the Omahan artist sets forth a singular sense of fashion, which he describes here.
Today, Hear Nebraska makes its only paid employee full-time. We also welcome three new interns and two veteran holdovers to produce content that cultivates our music community.
Josh James tells the true story of a good friend who passed away and the song that helped him through. This is how "The Train, the Drink and the Dawn" by Kill County was written.
In Tim McMahan's 2013, shows will move from larger venues to alternative ones, music will be given away and more bands will stay at home. Read on for the rest of the Lazy-i predictions.
The difference 11 years can make. For Criteria's Steve Pedersen, the distance between 2001 and 2012 begins with his song "The Coincidence" and ends with the fulfilling life he enjoys now.