The Ameripolitan star returned to Lincoln to play Gray's Keg Saloon, with support from Lincoln's Wendy & The Lost Boys.
The band returned to Lincoln with Sophistafunk and Opal Agafia and the Sweet Nothings.
Each evening included established performers and young songwriters from around the world.
Set for 1 to 4 p.m. at The Lancaster Event Center, the event will include Asian cuisine, cultural activities, dancers and health screenings
Richard Thompson and John Oates separately discussed what's kept their careers sustainable.
KZUM's Annie Bohling reflects on the sounds, the sights and the spirit of the annual conference.
Doors open at Duffy's Tavern at 9 p.m. With performances by Better Friend, A Different Breed, HAKIM, The Dilla Kids and SAS.
One could sample hundreds of artists by walking the hallways with open ears, open eyes and open minds.
Watch Omaha indie rock band Uh Oh perform live at KZUM and listen to their entire session from Feb. 12.
For the first time in a bout 10 years, the bluesman brought his harmonica-powered set through Lincoln.