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Not Fade Away:

 

Sevendust and Staind at Stir Cove

 

True Colors

 

Shatter-Proof

 

Summer Music Preview

 

Taking Back Sunday and The Used at Sokol Auditorium

 

Big Scary’s Big Ideas

 

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and T. Mills in Omaha

 

The Roadshow at Omaha Civic Auditorium

 

Hell Pop Tour at Sokol Auditorium

 

<p>  Jeremy Lafrentz from Backstage Entertainment interviews John Cooper from Skillet</p> The Roadshow at Omaha Civic Auditorium

The Omaha Civic Auditorium hosted The Roadshow on Sunday, January 26th. Bringing acts like We As Human, Andy Mineo, Jamie Grace, Third Day, Skillet, and more to the auditorium, the night was filled with uplifting messages, restoring faith, and other positive messages targeted to all in attendance.

During the night, Backstage Entertainment got a chance to interview Andy Mineo and Skillet to talk about the tour,...


<p>  Jeremy Lafrentz from Backstage Entertainment interviews Chris Howorth from In This Moment</p> Hell Pop Tour at Sokol Auditorium

The Hell Pop Tour featuring In This Moment, Motionless in White, Kyng, and All Hail The Yeti came through Omaha on Wednesday, November 20th. The tour has been going great from what many of the band members have said as we got the chance to interview some that night. They had been playing every night for about two weeks straight at the time. One of the best things many said on this tour is that everyone gets along...


<p>  Jeremy Lafrentz from Backstage Entertainment interviews Trivium in Lincoln, NE</p> Trivium Tour at The Bourbon Theatre

"This Tour is AMAZING!! That is all. Carry on." That is a direct quote on Facebook from the band Thy Will Be Done posted the night before their show in Lincoln, NE, on November 13th. That pretty much summed up the night as well. Trivium, DevilDriver, After The Burial, and Thy Will Be Done had a tour stop at The Bourbon Theatre. From the first song of the night to Trivium's last, the show did not disappoint at any...


Just a Piano Player

Few musicians are more highly esteemed than Sir Elton John. His signature round, often-tinted glasses, outlandish outfits and incredible talent have placed him among the upper echelon of legendary musicians. He’s performed at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert, won five Grammy Awards and even did a controversial duet with Eminem at the 2001 Grammys. After 30 studio albums, John recently broke his seven-year...


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