Lincoln's annual music festival, Lincoln Calling, brought many awesome acts to Lincoln's outdoor stages. You can see some photos that we were able to get while on the scene.
Sneaking in on Friday might have been the least talked about concert happening that week. And while it may have been drowned out by all the other events going on around town that week, certainly wasn’t the quietest. In fact, it was probably the loudest.
KZUM's shortened 2021 Stransky Park Concert Series concluded on August 5. We wanted to provide you with photos from each concert taken by our staff and photo contributor, Jason Orton.
On May 21 the Lincoln mask mandate was lifted, just over ten months after being put in effect last July. As local venues slowly reintegrate live music back into the Lincoln community, they are constantly reevaluating their health policies, and even more so with this major city-wide change.
The Mayhem Manifesto is a benefit concert held for KZUM on May 15, 2021. Photos by Jay Douglass available here.
It’s no secret that the outbreak of COVID-19 has taken a toll on the local music scene. Beloved venues have closed their doors, social distancing measures have limited audience engagement, and performers have had to deal with the loss of a crucial aspect of their lives. With no other choice, Lincoln musicians have spent the past 10 months applying their creativity to finding new ways to perform, rehearse, and interact with the community.
Like many organizations, we like to poll our team for some of the highlights of the year. CHECK BACK OFTEN to see if your favorite show or radio host has submitted a list.
Every year at KZUM, we dedicate Labor Day Weekend to celebrating the blues. Starting at 1 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 4, KZUM will feature 84 straight hours of the blues. You can see the schedule here.
"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.