Mitch Gettman w/ Landing On The Moon and Lonely Estates

Jan. 5 Mitch Gettman w/ Landing On The Moon and Lonely Estates Waiting Room, 6212 Maple St. 9 p.m., $7, Mitch Gettman, who is supposedly still in high school, is producing material that usually takes decades to formulate. Similar in both sound and looks to Jeff Buckley, Gettman’s croon is also reminiscent of early Radiohead (he does a mean acoustic rendition of “Paranoid Android”). Gettman, along with band mates Andrew Malashock and Adam Gerber, have put together a debut EP worth of material, a straight-up indie rock sound they’ve showcased at several local hotspots. Gettman and company also scored a best new artist nomination from the Omaha Entertainment and Art Awards last year. Fellow performers Landing On The Moon have also seen some OEAA-lovin’ for its We Make History Now release. To say that you should check out this show is an understatement.

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on Thursday, December 30th, 2010


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