<p>  Jeremy Lafrentz from Backstage Entertainment interviews Shim Moore from Sick Puppies at Sokol Auditorium</p>Sick Puppies’ CD Release Show at Sokol Auditorium

When asked why Omaha, Shim Moore said, "Omaha is the first place we ever sold out a show." Their national CD release show for their new album "Connect" was held at Sokol Auditorium in Omaha, NE. Sick Puppies said that Omaha is their home away from home and enjoy playing here every time. With huge support from 89.7 The River and Sophia John, the radio station played their music before many...

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Adams and Cooley Break Out with a Little Help from Their Friend Chip

They have made a lasting mark on the Omaha music scene and beyond.

            Their skills are well known to be at the high end of the talent scale.

            Now singer-guitarist Johnny Adams and guitar virtuoso Ron Cooley are at work on another project – or two.

             So is their long-term friend, collaborator, and employer – Chip Davis - who has more than a passing interest...

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Conjuring ‘Evil’

Snake Island! crafted Evil Music, their new full-length album, in spurts of time at Make Believe Studios.

The whole arrangement allowed the local psych-rock band to experiment and evolve their sound during sessions that began about eight months ago, singer Garrett Schmelzel says.

Make Believe Records is releasing the album with the band, so the two sides worked together on deciding studio...

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<p>  Dennis Tvrdik, lead singer of Affiance, picks up Jeremy Lafrentz of Backstage Entertainment in their interview</p>Killswitch Engage, Miss May I, & More at Sokol Auditorium

Heavy metal fans made themselves well known Tuesday, July 2nd as Sokol Auditorium hosted the tour featuring Killswitch Engage, Miss May I, The Word Alive, Darkest Hour, and Affiance. For a while now, many of the fans of these bands were anxiously awaiting that Tuesday night because it was the first time many of them were seeing Killswitch Engage with the new frontman, Jesse Leach. Jesse was the...

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Rouse’s Masterclass

Josh Rouse sounds like he's entered his coolly confident and assured chapter of his songwriting life on his 2013 album The Happiness Waltz.

It's an album that is essentially a masterclass in Rouse's distinctively refined take on sophisticated adult-alternative pop and a culmination of Rouse's nearly 20-year recording career.

The album bears his signature touches of indie pop and soulful 70s...

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Time Away

Camera Obscura embraced the twin luxuries of patience and time when crafting their latest album, Desire Lines.

Bass player Gavin Dunbar says those two elements were a welcome change for the Scottish indie band, as they worked on the new album, which came out earlier this year on 4AD Records.

The band worked with producer Tucker Martine in Portland, Ore. for four weeks while they recorded...

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