KZUM’s Record and Junk sale celebrates Record Store Day early
Record Store Day is two days away, but Lincolnites hungry for the classic audio medium can whet their appetites a day early at KZUM.
The Lincoln nonprofit community radio station will hold its annual Record and Junk sale tomorrow, April 15, at its physical location, 3534 S 48th St. Development Director Shannon Claire says the timing allows KZUM to promote Record Store Day festivities for shops around town without competing with them directly.
“We thought it would be fun to join in on the RSD festivities with our local record shops and to help build the hype and awareness for a great nationally celebrated day,” Claire says. “We decided to hold our sale the day before, while developing a relationship to promote Record Store Day as a whole here in Lincoln.”
Early RSD movers will find an assortment of vinyl in both good and excellent condition — including a Japanese first-press release of The Beatles Long Tall Sally EP — as well as CDs and books.
KZUM’s Record and Junk sale runs tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. All proceeds benefit the community radio station. RSVP here.
Also, watch tomorrow for our Record Store Day round-up. Those with tips on RSD happenings in Lincoln, Omaha and Greater Nebraska can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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KRNU concert benefits Omaha Girls Rock
University of Nebraska-Lincoln radio station KRNU is throwing a free, all-ages concert tonight to benefit Omaha Girls Rock. The Sunks, Super Ghost, A Ferocious Jungle Cat and Pleiades & the Bear will perform the station’s “Fresh & Local” concert at Vega, 350 Canopy St, starting at 8 p.m.
“I wanted this concert to be entirely free and to support a local organization that does great things for the community.” KRNU Music Director Jordan Howard said in an email. “I’m really impressed that [OGR] uses music to teach younger girls to be self-reliant and confident (along with many other important life skills), and those are all very cool things.”
Howard says 100-percent of donations benefit Omaha Girls Rock, and will be taken at the door. KRNU is accepting monetary donations on behalf of OGR, as well as old guitar and instrument cases per OGR’s request.
RSVP to the concert here.
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Kethro samples tequilas, talks music in Mula’s video series
Today in entertainment, Keith Rodger (DJ Kethro) appeared in the latest episode “Drinking Tequila with Strangers.” Omaha’s Mula Mexican Kitchen and Tequileria, 3932 Farnam St, started the web series as a “rejuvenation campaign,” according to videographer Jake Dawson. The first episode appeared December 16, and has since released five editions.
Watch Kethro and his drinking buddy, Rose, sample an array of tequilas, flash Wu-Tang signs and talk “Black Magic Woman” on the latest episode of “Drinking Tequila with Strangers”:
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Tonight, reggae rock band The Movement comes to The Waiting Room on its Golden Hearts Tour. The tour supports the Philadelphia-based band’s sixth studio album Golden, which dropped April 8 on Rootfire Cooperative. In the trio’s music, you’ll hear two-part harmonies and influences ranging from Sublime to The Pixies. Ro Hempel Music and Cornerstone Dub open the 9 p.m. show, tickets are $12, RSVP here.
For a fuller listing of tonight’s shows — including Faded Black with Leighton and Anthems at Duffy’s Tavern (RSVP here); and Potluck at The Lookout Lounge (RSVP here) — head to our statewide calendar at hearnebraska.org/events. Send all news tips, story ideas or song submissions for HN Radio to email@example.com