What goes around the country and the its neighbor to the north comes right back around: The Mynabirds finished their tour on Saturday where they started it. See photos from the night here.
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.
Holed up in a dive bar on a snowy afternoon, The So-So Sailors gear up for their long-awaited debut release.
No, Dan McCarthy doesn't condone horse-icide. He's just picking scabs to see his new record.
See HN photographer Shannon Claire's photos from Wednesday of Lincoln Calling, including The So-So Sailors, Larry and His Flask, Cornerstone Dub, Fierce Bad Rabbit, McCarthy Trenching, Tie These Hands, The Killigans and more.
Maha 2011 was an absolute blast. The weather was perfect, the bands brought their all and the crowds just wanted to have fun. So did HN's interns, who collaborated for this review.
Social media doesn't tell you all you need to know about a band. Omaha's Millions of Boys invites you to learn more at a HN/MAHA showcase Thursday at Slowdown.
Local bands often aren't just in it for the music. Thing is, it's a much better way to meet cool people than a volleyball league. Omaha's Fortnight has a few friends to prove it.
J Mascis and The Reverend Horton Heat join Maha main stage acts. Plus, Noah's Ark, The Machete Archive and The So-So Sailors.
It's a wonder decent bands ever accomplish anything worthwhile in the studio. Is there any chance for The So-So Sailors?