A couple of Nebraska filmmakers fill in Worlds of Wayne about their thesis film.
The Big Deep spent a weekend on a Nebraska farm recording their new album, "Echoes on the Little Blue." In constructing, preserving and marketing that concept, they explore folk authenticity.
With a career spanning six decades, Joe Louis Walker has loved the blues, divorced it and fallen into its arms again. All the while, his joy for performance and musical kinsmanship has never wavered.
The lessons Mars Black learned as an Omaha rapper striving for national recognition were not free. They cost him time, money and self-esteem, but today they fashion a caretaker to Omaha rap, the one Black never had.
Russian Circles' Friday night set at The Waiting Room was a night of magnetic and sometimes wild characters, while the music ranged from hypnotic to sheering. See photos here.
Catch up on a huge last week of new music videos and singles in Nebraska music. We run down new releases from Kill County, UUVVWWZ, Digital Leather, The Faint and more.
It's a well-known story, but with a twist. An aspiring rock band leaves a quiet hometown for brighter lights. Only for Portland's Animal Eyes, they were lucky to find Homer, Alaska 2.0.
Saturday at the Amizade Music & Arts Festival, the three levels of a Lincoln residence became three different venues for local art. From basement to attic, see photos of the house show festival here.
Tim reminds us of some awesome shows happening this weekend around Omaha.
In a new installment of New Rise Music's documentary series, James Andrew explores the recent work of Nebraska songwriters Matt Whipkey, Eli Mardock and Orion Walsh. Watch it here.