Dave Hansen, lead singer and guitarist of Worried Mothers, looks back fondly on his time living and creating music at Omaha's Lynch Building, even if he was "running the streets, being a madman."
Dereck Higgins returns to where he saw Al Moss in Omaha in the '60s: "Al Moss was amazing, and that was the first time that I saw a black person live do rock ‘n’ roll like that.”
Kill County's frontmen speak with Hear Nebraska about making the band work remotely, what's different about their new album and what "Nebraska music" means to them in this video interview.
Listen to portions of Iron and Wine's concert at SXSW, hear a review of The Thermals show, what our managing editor calls the best of the festival, and see tons of photos featuring many more bands.
"Somehow, Kronch and a band of misfit tech-heads made a show that chronicled a bit of Omaha music history." Listen to Worlds of Wayne's talk with Trout Tunes' maker Mike Kronschnabel.
The Coathangers' least favorite question: “‘Is it annoying when people always talk about you being girls?’ And I’m like, ‘... That thing that you were just talking about, you did it!’"
Among the mess of journalists, musicians, music fans and gear at SXSW, Hear Nebraska's crew of six used their cameras, recorders and notepads to capture their Friday's worth of concerts here.
Hula hoops, cats, subterranean themes and a silvery being playing with cassette tape: Must be Benson First Friday, featured here via interviews and photos.
HERS talks about their shift in sound, which brought about a name change to something a bit bolder. See the band this Friday at Hear Nebraska's Benson First Friday showcase at The Sydney.
David Dondero rekindles his Nebraska connection less than six months after his last visit, tonight at Slowdown with Simon Joyner and others. Politics and love will also open.