Bay City Rollers singer Les McKeown has died suddenly at the age of 65. The Scottish pop vocalist was the frontman of the group during their 1970s heyday.
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Scottish singer Les McKeown, who achieved global superstardom in the 1970s as lead vocalist of the Bay City Rollers, has died at 65, his family said.
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.