Set for Aug. 17 and 18 in Omaha, The Kills, Tune-Yards, Benjamin Booker and Hurray for the Riff Raff are also among the 16 performers announced.
For nearly 45 years, the Chicago-born band has captivated audiences and rocked arenas around the world, and Lincoln was no exception.
The Honky Tonk Hoedown, a Folk & Roots Festival pre-party, featured music from Hangin' Cowboys, Clarence Tilton, and The Bottle Tops.
The Downbeat Producer of the Year talks about resurrecting lost gems from the likes of John Coltrane, Wes Montgomery and others.
Photos by Kayla Solorzano August 13, 2018 Jesse Dayton stopped by The Bourbon Theatre to play a s [...]
The Great Plains Music Festival, a benefit concert for Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, took place at Great Plains Cycle Supply on Saturday
The Mezcal Brothers close out the 15th year of Stransky Park Concerts.
The president of Resonance Records spoke with KZUM's Kaul Henderson about his career in the music industry.
Medicine for the People held true to the name and delivered much needed medicine for the soul in their first Lincoln appearance.
Hangin' Cowboys will have their album release show during the Honky Tonk Hoedown on Saturday at the Pla Mor Ballroom.