Pick: J.D. McPherson

May 3
J.D. McPherson w/ the Black Lilies
The Bourbon Theatre, 1415 O St. in Lincoln
9 p.m., $15 in advance/$18 day-of-show, bourbontheatre.com

J.D. McPherson's excellent debut album Signs and Signifiers wears its retro heart on its sleeve, but McPherson and company deliver these 1950s-rooted rock 'n' roll gems with such verve and passion that its hard not to get swept up in it. These tunes feel like they've...

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Rose’s New Season and Struve’s New Play Bring Excitement

Children’s theatre, regrettably, often doesn’t receive the press that other productions around town get. Sometimes its the limited appeal, sometimes its the daytime performances, sometimes the plays performed are simply nothing to write home about. But special attention needs to be paid toward The Rose Theater and new Artistic Director Matt Gutschick.

One look at the new season announced at The Rose for 2013/14...

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Of Common Ground: New Work by Teresa Schmidt - Larry Roots

May 3, 2013
Of Common Ground:
New Work by Teresa Schmidt – Larry Roots
Opening Reception: 6 – 8 pm

Modern Arts Midtown
3615 Dodge Street
Hours: Tues – Sat 11 am - 6 pm
402.502.8737, http://www.modernartsmidtown.com/

Abstract painter Teresa Schmidt’s penchant for life’s extremes manifests in work containing strong contrasts of line, tone, and motion. The Kansas State art professor finds inspiration in...

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A Girl Named Sue:

It all started with a flat tire and a curious paleontologist named Sue Hendrickson.

In the summer of 1990, Hendrickson was working on a commercial fossil hunting expedition outside of Faith, South Dakota. One day the team woke up to find their truck had a flat tire. So while the rest of the team went to town to fix the flat, Sue used the time to look for dinosaur fossils in some cliffs a few miles away.

“As...

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Pick: Hue Blanc’s Joyless Ones

April 28th
Hue Blanc's Joyless Ones w/ Killer Blow and Silent Drape Runners
The Sydney, 5918 Maple St.
9 p.m., $5

By combining the menace of British post-punk with a lo-fi Midwestern garage rock rattle, Hue Blanc's Joyless Ones have crafted a take on punk rock that squirms its way into new places. It's hard to overlook the influence that Wisconsin has on the band's working-class rock songs. Sneering vocals...

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Pick: All Tomorrow’s Parties

All Tomorrow's Parties: An Andy Warhol Experience
House of Loom, 1012 South 13th St.
9 p.m., $5, 21+, houseofloom.com

Themed dance party organizers Goo and performance collective the Church of Tomorrow will once again team up to offer a killer collision of culture and music at House of Loom, as one-half of the Church of Tomorrow team prepares to depart for the East Coast. This time, the crew will recreate Andy...

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Pick: The Men

April 27
The Men w/ Baby Tears and Gordon
The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.
9 p.m., $10 in advance/$13 day-of-show, theslowdown.com

Brooklyn's the Men burst forth onto a guitar-focused punk/indie scene of bands like F**ked Up and Titus Andronicus with their own heady rush of dense guitar rock. 2011's Leave Home drew on post-hardcore aggression in its acidic, elongated guitar jams. The follow-up Open Your Heart...

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