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Not Fade Away:

 

Sevendust and Staind at Stir Cove

 

True Colors

 

Shatter-Proof

 

Summer Music Preview

 

Taking Back Sunday and The Used at Sokol Auditorium

 

Big Scary’s Big Ideas

 

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and T. Mills in Omaha

 

The Roadshow at Omaha Civic Auditorium

 

Hell Pop Tour at Sokol Auditorium

 

Whipkey Underwater

Matt Whipkey is saying goodnight to the girl of his dreams – the one named Penny, who tapped into Omaha’s collective memories of summers’ past.

His 2013 double-album Penny Park: Omaha, NE: Summer 1989 played as a nostalgia trip that stretched Whipkey’s songwriting into new shapes. Arguably, it was a high water mark for one of Omaha’s best-known local rock musicians.

But for Whipkey, the creation and release of...


<p>Keeping the Blues Alive Award winner B.J. Huchtemann</p> Seeking the Magic ~  Fostering the Scene

Anyone in the Omaha/Lincoln music scene who has had the good fortune of befriending B.J. Huchtemann knows just how dedicated she is to Roots music. You can see it at every show she attends. From her own big band roots to a college epiphany and her immersion in roots music, Huchtemann’s lifetime of work is about to receive one of the highest honors in music journalism.

On Friday, Jan. 23, Huchtemann will receive the...


It’s A Wrap

If the Omaha-based group The 9s sounds like a new band to you, it’s not. The 9s have been playing around the Omaha area since 1998. Originally a six-piece, the current incarnation is comprised of guitarist/vocalist Jason Birnstihl, bassist Craig Balderston, drummer Dan Maca, and keyboardist Mitch Towne, they took an extended hiatus from 2002 to 2008, but have been playing steadily ever since. With four full-length...


Home Boys

Doug “SA” Martinez of Omaha’s 311 answers the phone from his home in Ojai, California, while attending to one of his young daughters. Throughout the conversation, he routinely stops mid-sentence and calls to his daughter, “Hold on Nova, Daddy’s on a phone call,” and spells out any bad words. It’s a blatant reminder of how much time has passed since 311’s first opening gig for Fugazi in 1990.

So much has changed...


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