Roger L. Lewis of Omaha band Conduits lets the music and the artists do the talking in this top 12 list of the musician's favorite albums of all time.
Bandmates traded punches before playing Sweatshop Gallery on Friday. The blood only added to the start of a good night of Benson First Friday, captured here.
With 20 slides, at 20 seconds each, HN co-founder Andrew Norman presents Hear Nebraska's state of the union during Pecha Kucha at Slowdown.
Join us at a rowdy concert with Austin's Lechuguillas tonight at Sweatshop Gallery in Omaha. Cymbals might be broken, as the band's drummer says here, and punches might be thrown.
Universe Contest's Tim Carr has a story to tell, and it will take three installments to tell it. First, The Incident: how pizza sent Carr to court. Watch Universe Contest in concert twice this Saturday at Duffy's.
Read what John Legend had to say at his media interview before speaking to a group of Omaha's leaders at the Young Professionals Summit on Thursday.
Ladyfinger's "Errant Forms," as reviewer Mark Bestul says, "makes you miss the ‘90s when guitars were always loud, ears hurt after every show and people smashed the shit out of stuff."
Crossing state line after state line, and occasionally leaving the country to sing his feelings and opinions, Orion Walsh has accumulated stories in sticker form. Listen to them here.
Minus the Bear's Cory Murchy rehashes the trip his band's song "Diamond Lightning" takes: "We all go down to Colson Bridge / It’s where they say all that magic is." Hear it tonight at The Bourbon.
Kill County's Ringo releases a live album to benefit Bold Nebraska. It's a set of songs new and old, recorded in a historic spot that's been a cellar, a speakeasy and now a concert venue.