"The band has hit the road in 2020 armed with new material that will first get road-tested, and get the studio treatment later this year. This material will undoubtedly be in line with what you’d expect from Yonder Mountain String Band: edgy and genre-defying music without boundaries."
Doll Skin is out touring for their new album, Love is Dead and we Killed Her. They played the show at the Bourbon on Tuesday, March 3 with Fame On Fire, Flashing Lights and Miss Taken.
On Sunday, March 1, Mobiüs played a show at The Storm Cellar. The Storm Cellar is a new venue in the location previously held by Night Owl Pub and hosts the weekly Basement Creators Network Stream.
Zipline Brewing hosts a Final Friday celebration. The Final Friday celebration for February featured A Ferocious Jungle Cat, food from Stur 22 and the debut of the DOPE! IPA.
Grammy Winner, Tanya Tucker, made a stop at The Bourbon Theatre on Tuesday Feb. 25. Tucker's most recent album, While I'm Livin', was produced by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings.
February 12 marked the first day of this year's Lincoln Exposed. This year is the 15th anniversary of the festival and ran from Wednesday Feb. 12 through Saturday Feb. 15.
Bluegrass band, The Infamous Stringdusters, stopped in Lincoln to play a show at The Bourbon Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 11. The group is currently on their "The Future is Now" tour.
The Jarekus Singleton Band stopped in Lincoln, during their tour, to play a show at The Zoo Bar. They will be returning to The Zoo Bar on Feb. 19.
Grammy Award Winning guitarist, Paul Nelson, stopped through Lincoln on Wednesday. He stopped in to the KZUM studio to appear, live, on Highway Blues before playing the show at The Zoo Bar.
One of the Midwest’s lesser-known gems of festivals happens in Columbia, Missouri, each fall. In its 13th year, Roots ’n’ Blues ‘n’ BBQ continued its legacy of bringing top-notch acts to the idyllic Stephens Lake Park, September 27-29, 2019.