Watch and cringe as rat bike maker, painter and musician Brian Piontek becomes to first to step into Kibler's Corner. Somehow, the Lincoln artist makes it out relatively unscathed.
KRNU brought together a wide variety of bands, from Nebraska to New York, to showcase their talents on the Zoo Bar and Duffy's stages on Wednesday.
Crossing state line after state line, and occasionally leaving the country to sing his feelings and opinions, Orion Walsh has accumulated stories in sticker form. Listen to them here.
Josh Miller plays on without the rhythm he had lined up and with his cover song's songwriter watching from the crowd. See how the Powerful Science singer fared at Take Cover.
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.
Dan Jenkins might not give himself enough credit. He says Nebraska music is just something he does. Watch and listen to him do Opium Taylor justice in this live video from Take Cover.
Gerardo Meza shows one of his weathered, cracked and retired guitar cases. Click the buttons on the stickers to hear this Mezcal brother's stories about them.
Jon Augustine's full-bearded, disembodied head is stuck to his bandmate's amp case. Listen as he explains why he's there alongside other stickers.
On Sunday, Darren Keen fell backwards into a mass of outstretched hands. Just as he had given himself to Lincoln's music community for 10 years as The Show is the Rainbow, Sunday saw to his project's end.
Take a mindful pause with this stop-motion video set in the Kansas outdoors. Just what you needed on your lunch break.