In honor of the release of the "Great Gatsby" film, Loom turned back the clock 90 years last Friday for a Gatsby-themed Green Fairy party.
Sam Martin remembers living at 38th and Farnam as an opportunity to create. When roommates would head to Brothers before he turned 21, Martin would have time to develop his music.
The Thermals paid little mind to the Slowdown stage on Monday as they joined the crowd on the floor multiple times. A moshing minority responded in kind. See photos from the night here.
Pickwick drew a sizable crowd to Slowdown's front room on Monday, a crowd including The Mynabirds' Laura Burhenn who helped sing "Lady Luck." See photos from the night here.
Dave Hansen, lead singer and guitarist of Worried Mothers, looks back fondly on his time living and creating music at Omaha's Lynch Building, even if he was "running the streets, being a madman."
We can't stop believing that our First Friday concert in Lincoln ended. So instead, we're watching it live on in these photos of the night, and the photo prints still hanging at Duffy's. Read on for more.
Dereck Higgins returns to where he saw Al Moss in Omaha in the '60s: "Al Moss was amazing, and that was the first time that I saw a black person live do rock ‘n’ roll like that.”
See photos from last Wednesday's PYRATE concert at The Sydney, an off-the-wall show that also featured Andrew Jay of Rock Paper Dynamite and Cusses.
LAFTA, or the Lincoln Association for Traditional Arts, marked the end of its house concert season on Friday with Ana Egge's folk songs. See photos from the night here.
See photos from Sunday's concert at The Waiting Room with The Black Angels and the Allah-Las.