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You can’t miss Ground Floor Guitar.

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  • By Kevin Coffey / World-Herald staff writer

Stapleton is capable of country slow-jams, bluesy ballads and romping folky stomp songs, and we got a little of it all. His best stuff was the thumping country singalongs “Nobody to Blame,” “Traveller” and “Might As Well Get Stoned,” but fans also cheered for his cover of “Tennessee Whiskey” and his own “The Devil Named Music.”

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  • By Kevin Coffey / World-Herald staff writer

All evening Taylor came off as a gregarious guy in a tweed coat and cap that felt like a friendly neighbor with a lot of stories to tell. Well, that and some amazing songs and stellar musicianship. 

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  • By Kevin Coffey / World-Herald staff writer

Taking the stage in black boots, black shirt, black jacket, black ballcap and tight, tight black jeans, Luke Bryan delivered hits such as “Kick the Dust Up,” “Rain Is a Good Thing” and “I See You” in front of a sold-out crowd at CenturyLink Center on Thursday.

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  • Guest blog by Joel Henriksen and Keith Finn

Joel Henriksen and Keith Finn spent the weekend in a California desert at Coachella, arguably the biggest, best music festival of its kind in the U.S. Read more

  • By Kevin Coffey / World-Herald staff writer

Dwight Yoakam turned it on and turned it up for more than two hours Thursday in Lincoln, dipping into the old, taking a crack at the new and paying tribute to a friend.

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  • By Kevin Coffey / World-Herald staff writer

Time to get up early. Time to wait in line and sip coffee. Time to filter through our favorite record stores and quickly pick out a few of the hundreds of pieces of exclusive releases.

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  • By Kevin Coffey / World-Herald staff writer

Jimmy Page was inspired by a dusty guitar and Lonnie Donegan. Annie Clark saw a box of CDs fall off of a truck, and she devoured them. And Bob Boilen was obsessed with The Beatles before falling in love with Brian Eno, punk rock and radio.

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