JKutchma & the Five Fifths seemed to move heaven and earth to make it to Duffy's on May 28. See how the trip through van trouble and stormy weather was worth it with photos from the night.
HN Column Archive
In this week's column, S.R. Aichinger goes back to last fall to look at Conduits's music video shoot for "Misery Train," which was recently released.
HN contributor Casey Welsch asks for your support of 89.3 KZUM. Lincoln's community radio station is asking for donations this week through Friday. Read on for more about its Soundbackers Union.
The color of The Rev's gigantic orange Gretsch guitar is the same as the fire in his belly. Reverend Horton Heat plays The Waiting Room Lounge tonight. Hear/read our interview with him here.
Benson First Friday celebrated its first birthday last Friday. HN contributor Shannon Claire, along with many other local creatives, was there to ring it in.
Tonight's show at Yia Yia's might turn extraterrestrial, as science fiction-inspired band Omni Arms opens for Sputnik Kaputnik and the Technical Manuals.
Rogue Wave's frontman Zach Rogue explains his latest album's philosophy: from its move toward more live recording to its title and an in-depth look at its emotional centerpiece. Read on.
Musician, broadcaster and Homer's manager Mike Fratt can tell a lot of stories in an hour. About the bestselling records of the present or the Omaha of old. Listen to the full Sessions interview here.
Lots of news: HN surpasses fundraising goal for Gives days; earns Nebraska Arts Council grant; adds a board member; hires a second paid employee and introduces five summer interns.
Lincoln's Amy Schmidt and Jordan Ellis had to travel to another continent before the songwriter and violist shared a stage. Read on for the story of their two and a half Berlin concerts.