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<p>  Chris O'Leary, former vocalist for Levon Helm's The Barnburners, plays The 21st Saloon Thursday, July 25, with his band. Brandon Santini Band opens at 5:30 p.m.</p> Balderston Benefit & Local Notes

This is another event-packed week for roots music. Veteran Omaha bassist Craig Balderston (of The 9s, Brad Cordle Band and Brad Hoshaw & The Seven Deadlies) had his bass rig stolen recently. There is a benefit Sunday, July 28, 3-7 p.m. at The 21st Saloon to raise funds to help Balderston replace his gear. Through the efforts of former Blues Society of Omaha president, former local venue owner and Balderston’s...


Solid Goldberg releases EP

* Solid Goldberg is now online for your aural pleasure. The one-man project of local sleaze icon Dave Goldberg (Carsinogents, Box Elders, The Terminals) is an organ-fueled nightmare with analog beats and looping, buzzing pedal effects. The four song self-titled EP is out on Goldberg's own imprint Home Cookin' Records and is available at solidgoldberg.bandcamp.com.

* Under Water Dream Machine will release a new...


<p>  Jeremy Lafrentz from Backstage Entertainment interviews Shim Moore from Sick Puppies at Sokol Auditorium</p> Sick Puppies’ CD Release Show at Sokol Auditorium

When asked why Omaha, Shim Moore said, "Omaha is the first place we ever sold out a show." Their national CD release show for their new album "Connect" was held at Sokol Auditorium in Omaha, NE. Sick Puppies said that Omaha is their home away from home and enjoy playing here every time. With huge support from 89.7 The River and Sophia John, the radio station played their music before many people even knew who they...


Big Ears, Broad Sound

Sometimes, you just need to shake things up and keep it fresh and interesting. Variety is the spice of life, right?


Matt Scannell, lead singer, guitarist and songwriter for Vertical Horizon, subscribes to that philosphy in regard to the iconic pop-rock act’s latest studio album, Echoes From The Underground.


Since their big breakout with 1999’s “Everything You Want,” Vertical Horizon have been sailing along...


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