The World-Herald's Sarah Baker Hansen attended HN's first "Evenings" dinner and concert with food by Isa Moskowitz and music by Simon Joyner.
David Bazan is open to questions, and when it's your house he's playing in, you feel comfortable asking even about his estrangement from God.
Plan your weekend, envy a Nebraska-friendly band from Iowa and stock up on free downloads in this week's roundup.
Omaha will soon share Rock Paper Dynamite with South Carolina. Catch the band on Saturday before its departure and study up with this video.
Several lady-laden show previews, plus a bevy of bulletin board notes and a new spotlight on artistic contributions.
With family, a residential neighborhood and work, the veteran musicians of Dirty Talker fit in music whenever possible. They still might talk dirty in concert, though.
For the eighth year in a row, The Killigans played St. Patrick's Day. Yes, it was wild, and yes, you'll have to wait 361 days for the next one.
X-Rated reviews the final night of SXSW, featuring electronica, indie, country and WTF (Harouki Zombi).
HN's editor-in-chief stagedove, endured the heat of chicken tikka masala and otherwise ensured a successful start to his SXSW festival.
A gloriously Nebraskan day at South by Southwest was highlighted by the Saddle Creek showcase and kicked off by Glen Hansard.