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Eko nova Fresh and steady beats

The pulses of percussion can reach into your heartbeat and, further, into your toes. Argentine-born Brit Alejandro Vinao hopes to reach you there, with, he says, “a desire to move, to dance or to foot-tap” in his 2011 two-marimba composition "Book of Grooves" You may have to restrain yourself; you’re at a concert. It features the arx duo, percussionists, pulsing here for just one visit on November 30th. This is the...

Jim suhler by suzanne swanson Thanksgiving Music & Monkeying Around with Jim

So, Thanksgiving weekend brings a wealth of opportunities for most of us, including family or at least friends and loved ones to gather with, music to go and enjoy, it's often a time for reflection and hopefully some simple joys.

Roots music, and particularly blues, is both celebratory and healing. If you want music to be part of your holiday weekend, here are some options.

Matt Cox hosts his 6th annual food drive...

V2ViLXN0YXItdHJlay1wb3N0ZXItMg== The Force is Strong

During Thanksgiving weekend, after the turkey begins to disappear and you want to eat the extra piece of pie that has been calling your name, keep the force strong, walk away from the table and instead, make your way to the Holland Center for a powerful performance of Star Trek presented by the Omaha Symphony. With the Resident Conductor Ernest Richardson the orchestra will perform Academy Award-winning composer...

Fuzz112115 Live Review: Fuzz, Walter at The Waiting Room, Nov. 21, 2015

The last time Ty Segall came through town there was maybe 50 people at the show. Last Saturday night The Waiting Room was packed for his return in the guise of his heavy metal psych-rock trio Fuzz. Not sure what happened between that first Fuzz album and his second, but things have certainly blown up.

Right before Fuzz, fellow So Cal garage rockers Walter played a set of refined psych metal. Refined in that these...

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