In Love Drunk's 113th session, Pretty & Nice (Boston, Mas.) performs "New Czar" at Omaha Bicycle Co.
In Love Drunk's 112th session, Get Inclu performs "First Day of Summer" at Inclucity summer camp at the Carol Joy Holling center in Ashland, Neb.
When does a song brand itself upon you? When you get a tattoo while singing it, of course. Read the story of "Used to Believe," which JKutchma played at Iron Brush in Lincoln while being inked.
In Love Drunk's 111th session, Field Club performs "Men In Trees," at Q3 Systems.
In Love Drunk's 110th session, Dan McCarthy of McCarthy Trenching performs "29," in his Dundee-area living room.
How does a piece of one song lead to another? Pretty & Nice's "Yonkers" shows evidence. Our own Love Drunk filmed the Boston band last May, and tonight, they play Omaha's Waiting Room. Read on.
In Love Drunk's 109th session, Noah's Ark Was a Spaceship performs "Caucasian Meditation," inside Legend Comics.
In Love Drunk's 108th session, Dan McCarthy of McCarthy Trenching performs "That Ain't Ragtime," in his Dundee-area living room.
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In Love Drunk's 107th session, Faerie Tones (Omaha, Neb.) performs "Tom Swifty," a harmony-, ukulele- and Slinky-driven narrative about Tom's culinary expertise and other character traits.