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Backbeat - Rock, Women, and Reverb…Oh My!

 

Weekend Music, Blues Challenge Announced & More

 

Backbeat - Surf Music, Aliens, Weapons, and Walkenhorst

 

Live Music Review Spotlight:

 

Live Review: Maha Music Festival 2015

 

MAHA Preview

 

Turn It Up

 

Hoodoo Writer’s Update

 

The Forty Fours Shows Cancelled

 

Blues, Roots, Rockabilly & Swing

 

Antiquarium Records to close

* Antiquarium Records, 417 South 13th St., is closing. The mostly-vinyl record shop announced its plans to close its downtown storefront Sunday, Sept. 30th. The store's exact closing date has not been announced. Co-owner Joe Tingley hoped to move the store and in a Facebook post the store indicated its desire to continue, stating “Hopefully we will be reopening at some point but our debt has got a little out of...


Ukulele Jazz

Rebecca Lowry, the heart and voice at the center of All Young Girls Are Machine Guns, may have just inadvertently made herself seem like a gin-soaked inebriate on her band's new album, Here's Hopin' Tomorrow Never Comes.

But while her lyrics are dappled by happenings around cocktails and corner bars, All Young Girls Are Machine Guns' music flits by like a windblown feather on the sounds of doo-wop, 60s girl...


<p>  Wayne & Tera Wray Static holding the skull from the Static-X Tour Interviews with Backstage Entertainment

One week after unveiling the new “BSE Box” during our Backstage Entertainment interviews, we got to use it for four interviews during the Noise Revolution Tour. The tour had quite a few bands performing on Sunday, September 23rd and featured the bands Static-X, Emmure, Ill Nino, and 9Electric. We got a chance to talk to all four of those bands during their time in Omaha.

First, we spoke with Cristian Machado,...


Big October Shows

Playing With Fire hosts a fundraiser to raise additional money for next year’s Playing With Fire event or events. The triple bill Friday, Oct. 12, at Slowdown features three of contemporary blues’ most popular and dynamic stars for a bargain $35 ticket. The show opens with Tommy Castro & The Painkillers at 7:30 p.m., followed by soul-blues great and local favorite Curtis Salgado and his fine new band. Joe Louis...


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