Damien Jurado played to a monk-quiet crowd at a Beaver Lake house show on Saturday evening. "I just want to be listened to," he said. Read stories and see photos from the intimate night here.
LAFTA, or the Lincoln Association for Traditional Arts, marked the end of its house concert season on Friday with Ana Egge's folk songs. See photos from the night here.
Conor Oberst turned Witherspoon Hall into a house party on the night of the end of the world. Read Jane Smith's review of the concert here.
Is The Envy Corps polished? Try "a CD release party in a rock tumbler," and this was at a show without fanfare last Saturday at The Waiting Room. Read on for more about the performance.
Christmas came early for electronic music fans last Thursday at The Bourbon. Jingle Bell DROP ushered in Midwest EDM with an ear toward Dec. 25.
Public Enemy and tourmates brought classic hip-hop to The Bourbon last Friday. Chuck D, Flavor Flav and crew were "brilliant in their delivery and showmanship without gimmicks or distractions."
Digital Leather kicked out an esoteric set of songs, and King Khan & BBQ similarly befuddled a few with their outlandish getups and incredible musical multitasking.
Tilly trumped Titus on Wednesday night as far as the audience goes, but Titus barrelled through a set of "big, anthemic fun without the nasty filler."
HLN8 featured fire-twirlers, dubstep, local electronic and a myriad of touring acts. Read our review with photos of the three-day event that took place Thursday through Saturday at The Bourbon.
Join contributor Bailey Foss for a conversation with Vince Herman, one of two original members in Leftover Salmon, which just finished a three-week tour with a concert at The Bourbon Theatre.