Yes, we made contact with a transmission from the future, a transmission named Boot, way out in Sector O. Tonight, Boot will tell the Lincoln band Thirst Things First how to spread the good word about oil.
the zoo bar
Chicago's Henhouse Prowlers play The Zoo on Saturday at the start of "an epically long tour for us." With 221 shows last year for the bluegrass band, what could "epically long for us" mean? Read on.
Blues music suffered a great loss this week as Magic Slim passed away on Thursday. Read a collection of thoughts and memories of the great musician from around the world here.
Lincoln's Take Cover was a treat not only for concertgoers, but also for a number of songwriters who heard their work reimagined live. See photos from the night here.
Meet Mildred Bonk, a self-proclaimed music collective. Listen and watch as three members introduce you to their songwriting process, live show experience and goals for the Lincoln music scene.
Black Cohosh presents a pair of songs played as an encore at their Lincoln Calling performance. HN welcomes band-produced stories such as this. Send us your work.
Jarana represents just one part of a hugely diverse musical landscape in Lincoln, and the rest of Nebraska for that matter. Watch and listen as they play "Bahia," written by their own Daniel Martinez.
A musical lifetime takes three steps: practicing and writing; touring and breaking out of your hometown; and making it. Cowboy Dave writes on the middle ground as he rolls back into Lincoln this Thursday and Friday.
Josh Hoyer writes about his memories at Lincoln's Zoo Bar just as it celebrates 39 years with ZOOFest, taking place tonight at 7 p.m. and Saturday starting at 1 p.m.
Hear Nebraska is joining in on the Pinterest party. Come on in for a look at our first few boards.