On the biggest night of his “Days of Gold” tour, Owen played to a crowd that nearly filled the 9,000-capacity Lincoln arena.
Last night, Skrillex shook the windows in downtown Lincoln.
Sennheiser's Momentum headphones are the most comfortable things I've ever put on my head.
The Rural Alberta Advantage is really exciting live.
The lesser-known fight song dates back more than a century ago, and it’s getting new life with a recently released and quite excellent version by The Killigans.
Just under 4,500 people joined Ringo in singing "With a Little Help From My Friends" and "Yellow Submarine."
The 11th annual Lincoln music festival kicks off Tuesday at nine venues in the capital city.
When the electropop duo marched onto the stage, the audience showed it was ready with a roar of cheers. But it appeared that the band needed some time to fully embrace the performance.
On Saturday, Lorde packed in a crowd at Stir Cove in Council Bluffs.
Cocktails in the front. Rock ’n’ roll in the back.
Like the annual Record Store Day, Cassette Store Day is the time to get exclusive cassette tapes at your favorite independent record store.
Reverb Lounge is a new music venue in Benson, and it opens with a show Sunday from lo-fi rock pioneers Sebadoh.
This morning, I visited the studios of Pat & JT in the Morning on Omaha's Q98.5.
Amid announcements for iPhones and Apple Watches, Apple also welcomed their old friends, U2.
The Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards have announced their nominees for music, and there are a ton of nominees for the 17 categories.
COUNCIL BLUFFS — The rain started, the music revved up and the crowdsurfers floated.
Indie rock has saved us! At least, that’s what the Washington Post says.
Today, Conor Oberst released the video for "Common Knowledge" from his solo album, "Upside Down Mountain."
No one does it quite like The Afghan Whigs.
MTV’s show is less about awards, more a salute to stars.
Maha Music Festival keeps getting better and better.
After a day of good to great performances, Maha Music Festival was brought to a close with a hammering performance from Death Cab for Cutie.
Watching The Head and The Heart tonight, I can't help but remember seeing them a few years ago at a sold out show here a few years back.
Local Natives took the stage at Maha Music Festival as the largest part of the audience filed in, which I don't believe is a coincidence.
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