There are no blind prophets lining freedom trails in "12 Years a Slave." Director Steve McQueen keeps his potentially epic story small, stark and brutally human. Read on for the full review.
To give life to "Flyover Country," writer/director Jim Fields enlisted the music of a parade of Nebraska artists, including Dereck Higgins, Rock Paper Dynamite, Lonely Estates and many more.
Prime for Iron & Wine's concert tonight at Lincoln's Rococo Theatre. We present a detailed examination of a five-song mixtape tracing the path of songwriter Sam Beam's career.
See photos from Filter's concert at Vega, which celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday night. The Railyard venue continues its first week with The Envy Corps tonight.
Remember 101.9 The Edge? Columnist Chelsea Schlievert Yates recalls what it meant to her in the 1990s as a teenager in Norfolk, Nebraska.
Hop on Tim Kasher's bicycle and wobble on down the road. It's his self-produced music video for "Truly Freaking Out" off the recently released "Adult Film" solo record.
Percussionist Mark Powers introduces a series of stories documenting his move into Omaha's musical marketplace. In the process, he will share advice aimed at helping others break into a scene.
With an all-star lineup, Shawn Holt and the Teardrops' "Daddy Told Me" is long on blues pedigree and solos. In this week's audio album review, we discuss how its vibrancy holds up over 12 songs.
The Blind Pets played Duffy's on Sunday like "an excited dog leashed to a backyard stake." Read our review and see photos here.
Can you find a flying bra in our photos of Cold War Kids' set at Slowdown? See shots of their concert with Crystal Antlers here.