Kill County's frontmen speak with Hear Nebraska about making the band work remotely, what's different about their new album and what "Nebraska music" means to them in this video interview.
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.
In a dusty old barn on a farm near Denton, Neb., which serves as a sort of adopted home for the band, Kill County performs a song about the loss of home.
Here's a two-ticket giveaway for the fastest electronic hand: See folk and soul singer Caleb Hawley's show at the Sydney on Wednesday.
Orion Walsh has a few opinions. Opinions about the end of the world, the Bible, war, oil. He's made an EP to communicate them.
When nothing sounds good anymore, Blue Bird refreshes us in the joy of music.
We speak with Hot Water Music's co-frontman about what fills him up when he's run himself empty, having Thanksgiving on tour and growing older with folk.
On Sunday, Duffy’s played host to a small crowd focused intently on the sounds of Portland band Archeology and local folk favorite Smith’s Cloud.
Catch a pop-rock wave in this live video. Then catch the Omaha band at its CD release Friday at the Waiting Room Lounge.
Watch former drummer for Norman Bailer, Doug Kabourek, perform a new Fizzle song, acoustically, here.