The rhythm section, heavier, tighter, and more propulsive than ever, drives the songs forward while horns careen over dueling vocals and interweaving guitars.
Insert contrived essay-formated writing about yourself reminiscent of A.P. Literature class here.
Bet your dad can't throw a PBR-sloshin' house show.
Singer-songwriter, "sounds like cinnamon rolls taste."
Embarking on a 10-month honeymoon tour, wherein all three of his one-man bands will do consecutive world tours!
Former front man for the Lincoln rock band Perfect Strangers, Dave Leverett commands your attention with his high energy- and raw emotion-filled acoustic performances.
HAPPY MUSIC DREAM TIME NOW!!!!!
Travis Egnor has lived in Omaha since Jan. 1. He will move again soon, and again soon after, staying in each city for only a handful of months.
Dark, neo post-punk, complex and experimental project.
"There has to be joy here. It’s just hidden beneath the minor chords and minor lives and the lonely living rooms of lost lovers." On finding joy in local alternative country.
Watch as Burning Down the Villager revs up the engine of "Oceans," filmed and recorded live in Lincoln's StudioPH.
"The next 24 hours will in large part decide the future of Nebraska music's biggest supporter: my nonprofit, Hear Nebraska." — Managing Editor Michael Todd
Big Harp, Kill County and Digital Leather will take the stage at the 1200 CLUB on June 7 for a live show and "Austin City Limits"-style telecast. Read on for more.
HN contributor Cory Kibler says, "We’re going door-to-door, and we’re knocking until someone answers." Please answer, and donate to Hear Nebraska on Thursday for Give to Lincoln Day.
Give to Lincoln Day is a big one for Hear Nebraska. Tim McMahan (Lazy-i) sounds off on why you should support us folks who support Nebraska music.
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