Help Hear Nebraska land a big one.
Much has changed since we left Scottsbluff on a mission to ride longboards from Nebraska's Panhandle to its capitol. Promoting Nebraska music the entire way, we have just 52 more miles ahead of us.
Today's day one of a sort of reverse Manifest Destiny — a 430-mile journey from Scottsbluff to Lincoln to promote Nebraska music and to make Lincoln's nonprofit, indoor skatepark sustainable.
MAHA announces three local bands. The Love Drunk tour ends, sort of. And Hear Nebraska gets some help.
After 10 days of taking the Love Drunk video shoots on the road, talking to and making friends with people in five states and 11 bands, we've compiled a handful of anecdotes that serve as unexpected postcards from home.
Love Drunk and HN are on the road shooting live music videos and spreading the word about Nebraska. Here's why you should care, and why they're not yet ready to declare mission accomplished.
The musician son of a billionaire investor talks Alice Cooper, being a “Frank and Earnest” Nebraskan in New York, and how he's connected to Conor Oberst through the ears.
HN and Love Drunk are going on tour — help us promote what's cool about Nebraska. Plus, a mid-interview interview with The Kickback you have to see.
Members of Conduits, Shaun Sparks and the Wounded Animals, South of Lincoln, The Kickback, Honey & Darling, The Machete Archive and others on shooting a video with the soberest man they know.
Durham, N.C. folker Jay Kutchma on pricing music as petrol, the art of zen touring and what you get when you combine an accordion with a vacuum cleaner.