On Friday, the newgrass of Yonder Mountain String Band makes its requisite stop in Nebraska, the last one before home in Colorado. Read on for the story.
Gene Kwak writes about his love for Omaha: "The city is big enough to support and sustain local arts and music, while still being small enough that everyone knows everyone else’s name."
Call them the most overqualified wedding band of all time. Read our review of Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band at Slowdown and find out why.
Even if it seems preoccupied with themes of death and love, Jake Bellows' "New Ocean" feels anything but anxious. Hear our full album review podcast of the sweet, sedated pop record here.
See photos from the 2013 Omaha Girls Rock Camp, which took place July 29 through August 2 and culminated with a concert at Slowdown on Saturday.
Step inside the writing mind of Gregory Alan Isakov: the dream songs, the list of words he can never use in lyrics again and Leonard Cohen's invisible trashcan. Hear the full interview with Isakov here.
Be thankful you can listen to the stories that populate Travelling Mercies new album "Motel" and that you don’t have to stay there yourself. Hear our review of the forthcoming concept record.
See photos from Monday's show at Sweatshop Gallery in Omaha, with Seattle's La Luz and locals Adult Films and Killer Blow.
Nothing could have drawn The Millions back together like a pair of records that reminded the breakout Lincoln band of their happiest days. Read the story of their extended reunion here.
Chris Ford will become the Christopher the Conquered version of himself, a soulful performer with reverend-like asides onstage, this Sunday at Duffy's and Tuesday at The Waiting Room.