Housing Gaga

Tom Ware keeps building on his successes on the control room side of the recording studio glass.

Ware and his wife Terri have owned the Warehouse Productions for almost 20 years now, Ware says.

"We're still here beating the odds," Ware says.

While Ware says there's always been the thought he'd eventually have to grow up and get a real job, he's still making a living behind the recording...

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<p>  Dave Sink</p>Arbiter of Taste

It’s difficult to express the impact Dave Sink had on people who make up Omaha’s independent music scene.

To countless musicians and music fans, Dave, who passed away Jan. 19 from complications of emphysema at the age of 63, was more than just the guy who ran the Antiquarium Records Store in the Old Market during the ‘90s. He was a cultural icon whose personal vision of art, music and...

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Need To Know: Lydia Loveless

 

Who: Bloodshot Records recording artist Lydia Loveless

When & Where: Tuesday, Jan. 17th at the Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St. Tickets are $8 and the show starts at 9 p.m. Gerald Lee Jr. opens.

Why: Only 21 and on her second album, Lydia Loveless is on the rise. Her rough-and-tumble alt.country sound seems already grown-up, but still plenty reckless. She swings classic country with...

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On Their Way

The first time Jared Bakewell asked his friend Nate Gasaway to start a band, Gasaway's answer was a "no."

At the time, Bakewell had just picked up guitar, after years of playing the trumpet and the piano.

The next time Bakewell approached Gasaway about starting a band, he had a newly-bought bass guitar in hand. This time, Gasaway agreed it was time and the Big Deep was off and running.

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Ellis Hall: A Tribute to Ray Charles

Though Ellis Hall began playing piano in third grade at the Perkins School for the Blind, he says he did not really make the decision to become a musician until age 14. He had snuck into a club, much to the chagrin of his mother, and said once he saw the looks on the faces of the gentlemen who were playing and saw the effect they had on the audience, he said to himself, “This is what I am...

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Back to Evolution

The amorphous sound of Back When belies the band's very name.

That ever-changing spirit is alive on the band's forthcoming release Champion Hologram.

The experimental metal band has grown through hardcore roots and noisier phases, emerging as a heavy band that bookends those pounding moments with deft touches of delicate, intricate melodies.

This is Back When circa 2011-2012. The...

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