KRNU brought together a wide variety of bands, from Nebraska to New York, to showcase their talents on the Zoo Bar and Duffy's stages on Wednesday.
HN contributor Jeremy Buckley waxes philosophic about the moments in live music worth remembering from 2012, the moments that keep him coming back.
Rick Alloway is a big name, and a big voice in college radio. He's worked as KRNU's general manager for some 25 years, and here, he speaks with Spencer Munson about them all.
Hear the last two weeks' performers on "Lost and Found." Tune in this Wednesday at 9 p.m. to 90.3 KRNU for Nick Dahlquist.
Hear "Lost and Found's" session with Zach Short. Tune in each Wednesday at 9 p.m. to 90.3 KRNU for more local music.
Hear "Lost and Found's" session with Jesse Wohlman. Tune in each Wednesday at 9 p.m. to 90.3 KRNU for more local music.
If songs are truly living, they're due for an examination. Take a look inside "Money Train," and listen in for that heartbeat.
A rich find of old local records at a radio station yields an ear-opening listening experience from forgotten gems.
Here we are. We have officially arrived at my favorite Nebraska band, the first band that made me, a small-town boy from North Platte, realize that there could be bands from Nebraska.
A quick smattering up upcoming show previews from the local press.