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.
With a overwhelming crowd that sent photographers to higher-altitude perches to capture the packed house, Friday of Lincoln Calling ended with a climax that had been building all night. Relive or see it anew here.
For the most part, the women at Maha killed it in HN contributor Hilary Stohs-Krause's eyes. Here's her review with photos.
Heather Berney says this guitar is her most important possession, and it's no wonder. Every song she's written for The Betties can be traced back to its strings.
The Betties will take you out for a country dance where only county roads reach. Bring your sweetheart along for this ride on "Hold Me Tight."
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.
Details on concert, film and book events in the next week, as well as a round-up of Nebraska women at SXSW, info on a brand-new group from Lincoln and free tracks from two Omaha bands.
OK, let's be honest. Lincoln is a music city, and all four days of Lincoln Exposed proved that. Come on in for coverage of the last night.
Saturday at Lincoln Calling started folky, but dance ruled the night. See how festival goers (and performers) got down.