"Somehow, Kronch and a band of misfit tech-heads made a show that chronicled a bit of Omaha music history." Listen to Worlds of Wayne's talk with Trout Tunes' maker Mike Kronschnabel.
Black Cohosh, the darling of the Lincoln folkcore scene, is releasing their debut album Saturday. Listen to the album and the band's KZUM in-studio here.
The Bears of Blue River came to visit. Much revelry was had. Exclamation, unnecessary.
Bearded troubador Max Holmquist stops by the studio to play a few songs and to talk about writing nostalgia.
Sweaters and vinyl records vs. digital playlists and time travel
Hear Nebraska talks MAHA, Love Drunk, the Nebraska Music Retreat and our upcoming compilation on the Worlds of Wayne podcast. Listen up.
In 10 words: "We make some good tunes for driving around the world."
"Being an out, queer woman, we're not the highest on the totem pole ... a lot of my life is controlled by male religious politics that don't really care to include me in things."
"I could never find the right 'darling,' and then I found Matt. ... And then we were like, 'We need drums.' So we found Robert at Ted and Wally's (ice cream shop). Ice cream brought us together."
"Something that's really popular in Omaha is just being totally different ... and I feel like I kind of stick to classic songwriting rules. But then we use lots of different instruments to make the songs our own."