Fresh off the release of his new album, "Crazy All By Myself," the award-winning Kansas City guitarist and vocalist returns to Lincoln Wednesday for a visit that will also include a live performance on KZUM.
Each listen to Bingham's latest album reveals layers of Elmore James’ grease and grit, Dylan’s wordsmithing and the Stones’ country honk
James hails from the southside of Chicago, growing up on soul music. His music fuses blues, folk and soul in a way that “contrasts dark and light, anger and joy, gritty and authentic.”
The four-piece will be showcasing the newly released album, "All We Have." Heavily influenced by soul, funk and rock ‘n roll, featuring Steve Berlin (Los Lobos) as a producer and guest appearances of Henry Garza (Los Lonely Boys).
By Brittany Ward Feb. 20, 2019 The weekend fun doesn’t stop on Saturday; this Sunday, Duffy’s Tav [...]
The benefit will feature Evan Bartels and the Stoney Lonesomes, The Fey, J Crum and Mad Dog and the 20/20s.
Check out the full schedule for this 14th year of the local festival, plus audio from KZUM in-studios by Seymour, The Hanyaks, Orion Walsh and Domestica.
Part of Lincoln Exposed's final night, KZUM's birthday bash celebrates 41 years of community radio in Lincoln with a wonderfully diverse lineup of local talent.
The all-ages celebration features Hakim and Sleep Sinatra, poetry, spoken word, DJs, food, live art and more, starting at 5:30 p.m.
Mark Haugen will celebrate his album release this Saturday at 1867 Bar.