It's not a matter of what Ted Baer collects, but rather The Who. Here, the Omaha businessman invites you to take a look at his shelves of LPs and CDs, walls of posters and guitars, and yes, more.
Jeremy Messersmith has spiced nuts and bow ties, and he's hoping you'll join him for dinner and music in Omaha on Tuesday. The Minneapolis musician talks here about his supper club as he sets out.
Dan McCarthy talks about his 10 or so bands, his work as a hired hand and his forthcoming album with McCarthy Trenching, "Plays the Piano" in this interview with We Are All Portals.
Jeremy Buckley says he likes to do all the planning and let it play out. After one more month of planning, his Lincoln Calling festival will play out from Oct. 9 to Oct. 14.
Captured live at the Fort Collins band's Aug. 20 show at Slowdown, this song was Springsteen-themed conceived during a "good old fashioned day drunk."
Mitch Gettman is young, but he's made the most of his years. After graduating high school early, he moved to Chicago. Now he's making the move back to Omaha and fitting back in.
The Machete Archive might be no more, but their music lives on. Watch as the three-piece instrumental progressive rock band plays "VII" at their final concert.
Three chords, a "moronically simple" drum beat and guitar solos that could be dangling livewires comprise The Lupines' "I Blame Creation." Peel back the layers here with the band's John Ziegler.
This Saturday in "The City of Power and Progress," Columbus, Neb., The Midland Band hosts the first year of a festival for music, art and camping.
The Nebraska Music Retreat was a good time to get off of I-80 for HN's Andrew Norman. He encourages you to do the same.