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Hullabaloo, Roadhouse & More

If you are reading this on Wednesday, Aug. 1, powerhouse West Coast vocalist Janiva Magness roars into Lincoln’s Zoo Bar 6-9 p.m. Her new disc, Stronger for It (Alligator) is one of the best roots CDs released this year.

Hullabaloo
The second annual Hullabaloo Music & Camping Festival is Aug. 3-5 at River West Park, 233 & W. Maple, near Waterloo. Brandon Miller of Kris Lager Band has organized an ambitious...


Playing With Fire & More

This Saturday, July 28, marks the ninth annual Playing With Fire concert, made possible by the support of presenting sponsor FirstComp. The free show is back at the Lewis & Clark Landing on the riverfront. Cash donations will be accepted for Food Bank of the Heartland. Gates open at 4 p.m. and the event kicks off with music from young Lincoln band Cold In Hand (4:30 p.m.) and BluesEd band Us & Them (5:15 p.m.)....


So Much Music

Jazz on the Green Thursday, July 19, presents the jump-blues, jazz and swing of San Francisco vocalist Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers at 7 p.m. This is a rare Nebraska appearance by retro chanteuse Smith.
The 21st Saloon has the Louisiana sounds and blues rhythms of Josh Garrett & The Bottomline Thursday, July 19, 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Zoo Bar
Earl & Them, featuring Earl Cate and “Baby Jason” Davis, plays...


Zoo Bar Turns 39

Lincoln’s Zoo Bar continues their 39th Anniversary celebration this week with music in the club Thursday night and on a large outdoor stage in front of the bar on 14th & P Streets Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14. At 39 years and counting, the Zoo is one of the oldest blues venues in the country, two years older than famed Antone’s in Austin, Texas.

Thursday, July 12, dig the irresistible Louisiana rhythms of...


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