Emily Bass and the Near Miracle put on a show worthy of high praise from L. Kent Wolgamott on Saturday night during Lincoln Exposed.
Thirst Things First bounced, danced, sang and played — with intensity and humor for 50 minutes — at Duffy's Tavern on Friday night.
The Credentials’ Everest Sturdevant stepped to the microphone to start the band’s Lincoln Exposed show Wednesday, saying “This song is called ‘’Killing Floor.’”
OMAHA — Stinson Park at Aksarben Village was packed with about 10,000 people Saturday night in the first ever sellout of the Maha Music Festival.
OMAHA — Immediately after Courtney Barnett wrapped up her Maha Music Festival set, a friend said ‘They say rock 'n’ roll is dead. That was rock 'n’ roll.”
Striding onto the stage wearing a Nudie-style sequined coat and big black Stetson, Mason Ramsey had the sold-out Saturday night crowd at the Bourbon Theatre screaming before he sang or played a note.
Near the end of Lion Babe’s Lincoln Calling closing set Saturday, Jillian Hervey began to sway and swoop her hands back and forth, leading into “The Wave,” Lion Babe’s ‘70s funk infused R&B song of the summer.
OMAHA --It’s a good day at any festival when you see one great set. It’s a great day when you see two.
“This is a blues festival, isn’t it,” Los Lobos guitarists Cesar Rosas asked the Zoofest crowd Friday night. “We’ve got all kinds of blues.”
AUSTIN, Texas -- Rita Coolidge stepped onto the stage on the upper floor of Cooper’s BBQ Friday and, after her first song, made it clear why she’d come to South By Southwest.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Four years ago, I got a tip that I should go see a young Irish band that was playing an afternoon show about a mile from the downtown venues where the South By Southwest action is.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Kyle Kraft shooed his band off the St. David’s Episcopal Church stage Tuesday night, moving to the piano, saying he had a song for our “super duper president” that needed to be performed in church.
AUSTIN, Texas -- I went into Main II Tuesday in part to try to sneak in the back way to see Pussy Riot, but mostly to see, at the recommendation of a friend Starcrawler.
“It’s a snow globe outside”
M. Shadows was telling a story of how MTV played the video of Avenged Sevenfold’s “Beast and the Harlot” exactly one time, then banned it and the band from the channel that, back in the day, actually played music videos back..
It wouldn’t be Lincoln Exposed without Thirst Things First, which might just be Lincoln’s best rock ‘n’ roll band. It’s certainly the most entertaining.
Rarely, if ever, has the performance of the national anthem been the top musical moment at the Super Bowl. But that was the case Sunday.
Author Nicole Baart will stop in Lincoln during a tour for her new novel, "Little Broken Things."
OMAHA -- You never know what you’ll get on the last night of a tour. But it’s almost guaranteed to be a show that’s looser, longer, because of that, more memorable than any of the shows the preceded it.
Community radio station KZUM (89.3 FM) will present its third season of "Soup & Songs: Live at the Ferguson House."
Lincoln's Byron Merrill, 52, a senior network engineer at Ameritas, will compete Tuesday on the syndicated game show, "Jeopardy!" The show will air at 4:30 p.m. on KOLN-KGIN-TV.
Rusty Dawkins no longer will deliver weather forecasts for Gray Television, but he doesn't plan to quit weather entirely.
Pinewood Bowl has booked its first concert for 2018: The cast of truTV’s "Impractical Jokers," aka the comedy troupe The Tenderloins, will bring its “Santiago Sent Us” tour to the outdoor amphitheater on May 18.
As he neared the end of his fifth show in three days at Pinnacle Bank Arena Sunday, Garth Brooks’ voice was worn ragged, which he acknowledged when he invited the 12,000 plus in the audience to sing “Piano Man.”
In the days before it became an overrun mob fest, we writers used to find South By Southwest moments -- something that would happen there and no place else.