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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

 

Sharp Noise

Rock writers are a lazy lot, prone to groupspeak and really only willing to chase a story to places that offer booze, BBQ or both.

That's why we'll tell you that San Diego-bred indie rocker Crocodiles sound like Jesus & Mary Chain, the '80s UK band that helped birth shoegaze.  Or Echo & the Bunnymen, the more ethereal U2 contemporaries who never got their American due.

But there's a lot more to what makes...


3 Up 3 Down: Leslie Hall

Leslie Hall exudes positivity. The Ames, Iowa-native burst out of the internet with her Garage Band beats and colorful lyrics revolving around gem sweaters, zombies and gold pants. Along with her back up singers, The Ly's, Hall is intent on making sure the audience has a good time. “I do humor and fun. I don’t ask you to have emotional feelings,” she says. On tour in support of her latest release, Destination...


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 console.

"This is...


<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 literature helped point the...


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