<p>  Dave Sink</p>Arbiter of Taste

It’s difficult to express the impact Dave Sink had on people who make up Omaha’s independent music scene.

To countless musicians and music fans, Dave, who passed away Jan. 19 from complications of emphysema at the age of 63, was more than just the guy who ran the Antiquarium Records Store in the Old Market during the ‘90s. He was a cultural icon whose personal vision of art, music and...

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Two for the Shows

“Making it” in the music industry can be quite the arduous journey. Maintaining prolonged success can prove to be even more difficult. What may be the hardest hurdle of all, though, is how a band responds to reaching the pinnacle of their music rock’n’roll dreams. Enter two bands who’ve traversed this path, albeit, with different outcomes. The Kentucky- based Black Stone Cherry and the St....

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IBCs & Country Soul

There are two more shows celebrating local bands headed to the national Blues Foundation’s International Blues Challenge (IBC) Jan. 31-Feb. 4 in Memphis.
Blues Society of Omaha BluesEd youth band Crimson Dawn will represent the BSO in the International Blues Challenge Youth Division. They open for The 9s at P.S. Collective inside Benson’s Pizza Shoppe Saturday, Jan. 28, 7:30 p.m.

The Lil’...

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Remembering Dave

It began in November 1992. I was a few years out of college at UNO, already working full time at Union Pacific, but still writing about underground music, something that I’d begun doing as the editor of the college paper and as a freelance writer for The Metropolitan and The Note, a Lawrence, Kansas, regional music paper that had expanded its coverage to Omaha and Lincoln.

One of my first...

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The Big Deep, Millions of Boys celebrate release shows

* If you have yet to read our cover story this week, go back and check it out. It's a series of submissions from local artists, musicians and friends of Antiquarium Records' founder David Sink, who passed away late last week.  There's more contributions online at thereader.com as well. Anybody with an interest in Omaha's punk or indie music scenes owe it to themselves to read about...

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Lil’ Slim Represents

This is the first year that the Blues Society of Omaha has sponsored a band to participate in the national Blues Foundation’s International Blues Challenge (IBC). The 28th annual event is Jan 31-Feb. 4 in Memphis, alongside the Blues Foundation’s Keeping the Blues Alive (KBA) Awards. The BSO held a competition in the spring of 2011 to determine the band going to Memphis. The Lil’ Slim Blues...

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