Southpaw Bluegrass Band grew out of a duo called The Bluegrass Communists. Even though the ideas for merch were unlimited, they ditched the name to create an original Omaha bluegrass band.
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.
An animated monkey, real monkeys, musicians and a "Downton Abbey"-era setting. Common thread? This Thunder Power video, which previews their album to be released on Dec. 11 through Slumber Party Records.
Omaha’s indie music legend celebrates 20 years of recording with an ambitious double-LP exploring love, life and death.
Fall has only begun but look no further for a post-summer jam, for Capgun Coup has delivered. Grab your heat lamp and scarf, you're in for a real treat.
Antiquarium Records is going out of business until it can pay down its debts. For lovers of the Old Market music store, the sales are bittersweet, and here, we feature a written snapshot of this week of closing.
The Sidekicks return to Nebraska playing this time at The West Wing in Omaha. We catch up with drummer Matt Climber to examine the band's local scene in Ohio and look back at how far they've come.
Hear Conchance explain his tackling of the race riot of 1919 that led to the brutal hanging and aftermath of Will Brown in Omaha, Nebraska, outside the county courthouse.
Mitch Gettman is young, but he's made the most of his years. After graduating high school early, he moved to Chicago. Now he's making the move back to Omaha and fitting back in.
Anniversaire's most interesting thing: "Some people say we look like Albert Einstein." See if you agree at their concert, this Wednesday at Slowdown.