Memorial: Scott Colborn

Long time KZUM Programmer, Scott Colborn, passed away on March 30, leaving a hole in the hearts of his family, friends and devoted fans. Scott was the host of the Saturday morning talk show Exploring Unexplained Phenomenon, which would have celebrated 36 years on air in October. Having been with KZUM since 1984, his passing will be felt deeply in our organization.

Photos: Yonder Mountain String Band | Bourbon Theatre 3.5.20

"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."

Photos: Mobiüs | The Storm Cellar 3.1.20

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.

Photos: Paul Nelson Band | The Zoo Bar 2.5.20

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. 

Photos: Radiant Bones | Bodega’s Alley 12.6.19

Radiant Bones played their final show of 2019 at Bodega's Alley on Saturday. They played this show with their friends After Arizona and Kearney-based Stone The Thrones. There are a few photos from that concert available here.

Photos: Laine Hardy | The Bourbon Theatre 12.6.19

American Idol Winner, Laine Hardy, was in town to play a show at the Bourbon Theatre. The Season 17 winner played the venue with the support of Country Musician Chris Bandi. We were on the scene and have photos available here.

Show Your Support For KZUM This Giving Tuesday

The Tuesday after Thanksgiving has been utilized to ask the public to show financial support to their favorite local (or national) nonprofits; this tradition is called Giving Tuesday. KZUM operates as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) radio station. As a nonprofit, KZUM is a candidate for Giving Tuesday.