Flight Metaphor New Record
Recently Flight Metaphor finished a successful Kickstarter campaign to help fund their latest self-titled record and is set to celebrate it at the Slowdown with Rock Paper Dynamite, Through the Stone, and Pelican Rodeo. The band made an appearance on the Worlds of Wayne Podcast, sharing some tunes from the record and stories about the process, being brothers in a band, cat allergies, Star Wars, and Dungeons and Dragons. There is also some conversation about music. Click on the player below to hear the entire interview.
Benson Songwriter’s Exchange
Wednesday November 18th, Reverb Lounge, 8pm, No cover
Each songwriter will perform three original songs based on the same three song topics. The chosen topics are “Camera Flash”, “Flannel Shirt” and “You Can’t Make Me Dance” You’ll get to experience how each songwriter takes the same word prompt but interprets it uniquely. Click HERE for all the deets.
90’s Tribute Night
Thursday November 19th, Barley Street Tavern, 9pm, $5
Get your dose of your favorite 90’s jams while kicking back a few shots and PBRs. Featuring performances by FINO, Daniel Burns, Austin & Elle, Tony LaMar, Kurt Wagoner, Hector Anchondo, Virginia Tanous, Travis Sing, Doug Kabourek, Jeff Dworkin and Jay NeSmith. It’s also a Birthday celebration for Doug Kabourek, who at one time would impress guests with his stunning demonstration of the Worm. Click HERE for more information.
Fore1gn Body with Healer, and Jump the Tiger
Friday November 20th, Slowdown, 9pm
Alternative rock at its finest will be presented at the Slowdown with Fore1gn Body and guests. This six-piece band features many Omaha music scenesters who cite their sound as a “Sonic meringue with a blend of ambient textures and bombast.” Click HERE for more info.
Also happening this weekend is a show with Pleiades and the Bear at the Waiting Room on Friday as well as The Transcendentals with 23rd Vibration and DJ Stryker at the Down Under Lounge with the Sidedoor Stage. O’Leaver’s is hosting The Derby Birds, The Travel Guide, and the Brigadiers on Friday as well with the Lupines, Berwanger, and North of Grand taking over on Saturday night.