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.
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Big Harp, Gus & Call and Field Club gave Slowdown a treat laced with Americana Aug. 8. HN photographer Chevy Anderson caught the action.
The filmmakers behind the urban farming documentary Growing Cities throw a fundraising party featuring local bands and musicians.
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.
Slumber Party Records' dusty, folky, country band performs a live song during its December Slowdown residency. It goes a little something like this.
Time for me to whip out the ol' musical scale and weigh the merits of 2011's albums, songs and shows. Here are my picks.
What's better than a CD release show? A CD release show followed by four more concerts each week thereafter, each with a theme and a new frame of mind.
HN drops its comp like it's hot (it is) tonight at The Sydney in Benson. Come see five great Nebraska bands and get a limited-edition CD featuring 12 others for $20.
Gus & Call has some big news for December. And Black Heart Booking are filling The Sandbox.