1867 Bar featured a lineup of hard and indie rock including Tame Suns, Twin Beds and Yoga For Cats. Photos of this lineup are available now!
Hailing from the south side of Chicago, Shawn James stopped in Lincoln on Sunday. He is in the middle of his "Dark and the Light" Tour in support of his album of the same name. He played The Bourbon Theatre with Steady Wells.
On Thursday night, Sept. 26, 1867 Bar hosted a free admission show featuring a stacked set of DJs including Humble Jay & acetheallstar, Denham, Burnadub, ZIGG, Reno & GoGoQ.
KZUM Benefit, Presented by The Metal Manifesto: The Metal Inquisition to Feature a Full Day of Metal
The Metal Inquisitionh will be held Sept. 28 at Gray’s Keg located at 104 N 20th Street starting at noon until 2 a.m. The event is held by The Metal Manifesto which is a weekly radio show, playing metal of all styles and genres, that airs on KZUM every Friday night and Saturday morning from midnight to 3 a.m.
Over the past 16 years, Lincoln Calling has grown, and Lincoln along with it. 2019 marked one of the largest festivals yet, with over 80 bands performing over a span of three days, four venues and two outdoor stages. Headliners this year included Freakabout, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Soccer Mommy and many more.
Lincoln on the Streets happened Sept. 13 at Centennial Mall and M St. in downtown Lincoln. It's a one-night concert showcasing a country headliner each year presented by The Bourbon Theatre.
After the end of the Stransky Park Concerts, you may have been worried about a hole in your Thursday nights. Hub & Soul has stepped in to fill that void through the very end of the Summer.
Photos by Jason Davis Sep. 5, 2019 Osaka-based Rock Group, Shonen Knife, is currently on the fron [...]
While a lot of our listening audience may have been stuck at home glued to the radio for the Blues Blowout Weekend, you may have missed Lincoln's Jerry Pranksters at Bodega's Alley. If that's the case, we do have photos from the concert available below.
Check out the photos of the Uh Oh Album Release show at The Slowdown, below, featuring Second String, Eric In Outerspace, Histrionic and Uh Oh.