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Winter, Katz & More Cool Cats

 

The Gospel of CeeLo Green

 

Ten Questions with NOTHING

 

Center stage: Maurice Ravel and Omaha Symphony musicians

 

Dale Watson

 

Where Are the Hip Hop Fans?

 

Ten Questions with WE WERE PROMISED JETPACKS

 

Nebraska Folk & Roots Festival

 

Summer Stars

 

Back to back with Bach and Astor

 

Time Away

Camera Obscura embraced the twin luxuries of patience and time when crafting their latest album, Desire Lines.

Bass player Gavin Dunbar says those two elements were a welcome change for the Scottish indie band, as they worked on the new album, which came out earlier this year on 4AD Records.

The band worked with producer Tucker Martine in Portland, Ore. for four weeks while they recorded both the basic tracks...


Jake Bellows debuts song off solo album

* Jake Bellows premiered "I Know You", a song from his debut solo album New Ocean, on Rolling Stone magazine's website. The album comes out Tuesday, August 6th on Saddle Creek Records. The singer, former frontman and songwriter of Neva Dinova, will hit the road for shows in the western United States, though with an album release imminent on the locally-owned Saddle Creek, a big Omaha show shouldn't be too far...


<p>  Reverend Raven & The Chain Smokin' Altar Boys rev up their Chicago boogie & blues at The 21st Saloon Thursday, June 20.</p> Summer Grooves

Matt Whipkey is a notable player on the local rock scene with the ability to move into roots-rock and twang equally well. He also gets beyond the studio into strong companions to his musical visions like making Super 8 films, cool videos and creative original packaging. Now he goes vinyl. Earlier this year he launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a passionate and ambitious double-vinyl project designed as an...


Summertime Memories

Before Matt Whipkey journeys back in the halycon sunset of Omaha's most iconic amusement park, there's the cold, suburban present to encounter first.

The Big Red Restaurant, 8100 Cass St., sits in a building long since renovated past its life as part of the Peony Park grounds. There's not a trace of that history in the building, which is now a shrine to keno and flat-screen sports telecasts.

Behind the...


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