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For more than 90 minutes on Friday at a sold-out Pinnacle Bank Arena, the funk-punk band put on a seminar in energetic performance.

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Musicians are protesting Donald Trump, and a few local acts are joining the chorus.

Matt Whipkey released a lyric video for his new song, "Fred, You're Dead," and Laura Burhenn of The Mynabirds launched a visual art project," I Know Why I Sing," in conjunction with her song, "Good Medicine."

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Oberst's new full-band band record is a companion to his last album, "Ruminations."

The album will feature the 10 songs from "Ruminations" plus seven new songs. Listen to the new, full-band version of "A Little Uncanny" below.

Guest appearances come from the likes of Oberst pals such as Jim James, M. Ward, Nathaniel Walcott, Blake Mills, Maria Taylor, Gillian Welch and others.

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Tim Kasher is set to release his third solo album, "No Resolution."

The Cursive and The Good Life frontman will put out the new record on March 3 with a brand new label.

The new record label, 15 Passenger, is owned and operated by Cursive, which includes Kasher, Matt Maginn and Ted Stevens. 

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Matt Oberst passed away last month. An Omaha native, Oberst was the frontman of indie rock band Sorry About Dresden and the older brother of singer-songwriter Conor Oberst. 

Over the weekend at Los Angeles' Immanuel Presbyterian, the younger Oberst paid tribute to his brother by playing a cover of The Replacements' "Here Comes a Regular."

"I'm gonna sing this Replacements song, and I'd like to dedicate to my brother Matt who taught me how to play it when I was, I don't know, like 11 years old," Oberst said. "I love him. This one's for him."

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"This is my first music festival," Warren Buffett said.

He stood on the main stage at Maha Music Festival to introduce indie rock band Car Seat Headrest and his Drive 2 Vote campaign.

Buffett was cheered by the crowd, which numbered in the thousands at that time in the afternoon.

"A crowd this size could literally decide who becomes the next president," Buffett said.

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