What did 2012 in Nebraska music mean to you? Here's the first of our takes on the year's albums, songs, music videos and more, from HN managing editor Michael Todd.
Howard premieres its video for "Somebody Help Me," but it needs no assistance with wresting magic from a wrongful owner.
It's not every day four bands each premiere new songs at one concert, but hey, Omaha Girls Rock isn't your usual summer camp either.
Four bands write a superstitious song in one week for a contest, and one winner sends a young musician to the Omaha Girls Rock camp for free.
Several lady-laden show previews, plus a bevy of bulletin board notes and a new spotlight on artistic contributions.
HN contributor Hilary Stohs-Krause and Les Femmes Folles' Sally Deskins curate a third roundtable to discuss women's role in art.
Prepare for the next edition of the Women in Performance Roundtable and new music from Honeybee & Hers and the Mynabirds.
Howard's Anna McClellan answers questions from Sally Deskins about her background, style and feminism's influence upon her music.
Good life cookies, paper chains and snake charming: This what happens when a handful of Nebraska's most talented frontwomen "make a show."