What did 2012 in Nebraska music mean to you? Here's the first of our takes on the year's albums, songs, music videos and more, from HN managing editor Michael Todd.
Lincoln Calling expanded to six venues with more than 20 concerts, covered here with reviews, photos and live audio with videos on the way. The festival continues through Sunday.
As this summer's Hear Lincoln concerts end this Friday with Domestica performing at 13th and O in downtown Lincoln, we look back at AZP's performance.
It's the fourth year Speed! Nebraska has hosted a soapbox derby race, and label chief Gary Dean Davis is no doubt hoping to win the title back from Domestica's Jon Taylor this Saturday.
"From what I can gather, as she’s screaming these lyrics out at people, is that life doesn’t get any easier and that seems to piss her off." — Jon Taylor on wife Heidi Ore
A small but supportive crowd came out on Sunday to see Dirty Talker, Once a Pawn and Domestica. No fooling, we've got photos.
UUVVWWZ plays DJ, Courtney Morrow knits, and AYGAMG gets some Lincoln newspaper love. That and more in this week's women-in-music column.
Night two featured good guys such as Mark Thornton, lady-led bands such as Tsumi and mainstays such as Masses. Such is the lucky life of a Lincoln music fan.
HN drops its comp like it's hot (it is) tonight at The Sydney in Benson. Come see five great Nebraska bands and get a limited-edition CD featuring 12 others for $20.
HN talks with the Lincoln rockers about fine-tuning their sound, challenging gender roles in a socially conservative state and evolving spirit.