The Killigans follow their show at ShamrockFest in Washington D.C. with their ninth-annual St. Patrick's Day show at Knickerbockers. Read on for memories of the years so far with the band.
The Killigans release their newest album Friday at Knickerbockers through Speed! Nebraska. Those are the facts. What's not true, however, is that the Killigans are an Irish band.
For the eighth year in a row, The Killigans played St. Patrick's Day. Yes, it was wild, and yes, you'll have to wait 361 days for the next one.
See HN photographer Shannon Claire's photos from Wednesday of Lincoln Calling, including The So-So Sailors, Larry and His Flask, Cornerstone Dub, Fierce Bad Rabbit, McCarthy Trenching, Tie These Hands, The Killigans and more.
There are sexy things that cannot be unseen and raunchy sounds that cannot be unheard from last week's show.
Those Darlins have pulled themselves up by their own bootstraps, so don't even think about underestimating them as a mere "girl band."
This week's column that highlights, documents and preserves the art behind Nebraska music features Lincoln designer/musician Ben Swift.
First Nebraska show experiences from members of The Faint, The Betties, Shaun Sparks and the Wounded Animals, It's True, The Monroes, Red City Radio, The Killigans, Bear Country and Brad Hoshaw & the Seven Deadlies.
See "anteatereater," "manta ray used as a parachute" and "snowboarder stomping on the Grinch with Santa in the background with a keg of beer" tonight at First Friday.