Follow along as we add a song each day to this premiere of Matt Whipkey's "Penny Park: Omaha, NE: Summer 1989." Whipkey will release the album on June 22 at The Waiting Room.
Matt Whipkey prepares for summer with "Penny Park," a double album with roots stretching back to 1989 and the now-deceased amusement park, Peony Park.
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.
Annie Clark, aka St. Vincent, is lasting past the first album craze and proved her staying power at Slowdown on Monday night.
Matt Whipkey has a sound of his own, and that's not a bad thing. The Whipkey Three releases "Two Truths" at Stir Live and Loud on Saturday.
Omaha lost an important, beloved member of its music community last week. We asked musicians and others who were influenced by Dave Sink to reflect on his contributions.
What happens when you start digging around into Nebraska's music history is you realize how deep and rich it is.