Review the week in Nebraska music news, from a preview of Saddle Creek's Record Store Day loot to an explanation of Club No Quiet. We feature new music, album covers, reviews, videos and more.
In light of tonight's benefit for the Community Bike Project, review the many releases by Simon Joyner in this interactive timeline alongside those by UUVVWWZ, M34N STR33T and No, I'm the pilot.
Hear Nebraska's editor-in-chief reflects upon the best (sometimes worst) year of his life: "Light and dark, slow and fast, beautiful and ugly, it was all surrounded by music."
David Dondero rekindles his Nebraska connection less than six months after his last visit, tonight at Slowdown with Simon Joyner and others. Politics and love will also open.
Omaha’s indie music legend celebrates 20 years of recording with an ambitious double-LP exploring love, life and death.
HN photographers Chevy Anderson and Nicholas O'Bradovich broke stuff at The Sweat Shop, joined throngs for Simon Joyner and were touched by Lincoln at this month's BFF.
Omaha's folk legend opted for a darker sound with his new double-LP. Stream a song from the record here, and catch him and his band at their album release show Friday at The Sydney.
Stuck in a dead-end small town, Simon Joyner's "Vertigo" hopes to fly away while an ominous bassline keeps clipping the wings.
Simon Joyner has been a ghost to Ingrained's Andrew Roger, but now he believes. He has proof, too, with this live video of a song off Joyner's newest release.
An intimate show June 14 at The Sydney in Benson featuring arguably two of America's greatest living songwriters ended with them on stage together playing a Neil Young song. See photos here.