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Tp bydanieltopete4 Ten Questions with Twin Peaks

Chicago band Twin Peaks has been consistently described as a "garage band," but on their latest album, Down in Heaven (2016, Grand Jury) the five-piece smooths out its sound for a collection of relaxed, casual rockers that are more mainstream than garage. It's smooth vibe is quite a contrast to their breakthrough album, Wild Onion, (2014, Grand Jury), which felt like The Kinks combined with every band on the Titan!...


Peterbjornandjohn Ten Questions with Peter, Bjorn and John

You might know Swedish indie pop musicians Peter Moren, Bjorn Yttling and John Eriksson — Peter Bjorn and John —  from their 2006 whistle-hook classic "Young Folks." The song has more than 66 million spins in Spotify alone and was a hit in Europe and the U.S. before Spotify existed. Believe me, you'd recognize the song if you heard it. After a five-year recording hiatus, the band is back with self-released LP...


Dougdemingthejeweltonesfeaturingdennisgruenlingbyjonpearsontikibar Heavy Hitters

Harmonica fans have two big shows to look forward to this week. Blues harp virtuosos Dennis Gruenling and Mark Hummel both have local shows this week.

Dennis Gruenling performs with Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones Tuesday, June 28, 7-10 p.m., at Waiting Room. This band has got it goin' on, with Gruenling's meaty harmonica licks, Deming's dazzling guitar work on both jump-blues and Chicago-style blues plus a solid...


Winning American Scores

“The band is playing somewhere and somewhere hearts are light” wrote Ernest Lawrence Thayer in his legendary evocation of Casey at the Bat. And, as the College World Series wraps up its glories, a large ensemble of other kinds of players assembles to perform another kind of score, a musical version of the tale. Stepping up front is Omaha actor Scott Kurz to vivify the words, while the Nebraska Wind Symphony plays...


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