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Stravinsky and Prokofiev

 

Ten Questions with Laura Gibson

 

Winter, Katz & More Cool Cats

 

The Gospel of CeeLo Green

 

Ten Questions with NOTHING

 

Center stage: Maurice Ravel and Omaha Symphony musicians

 

Dale Watson

 

Where Are the Hip Hop Fans?

 

Ten Questions with WE WERE PROMISED JETPACKS

 

Nebraska Folk & Roots Festival

 

Wwpj by andy monaghan Ten Questions with WE WERE PROMISED JETPACKS

We Were Promised Jetpacks has become something of an indie staple. Seems like every year I journeyed to Austin for South By Southwest since 2009 the Scottish 4-piece was playing the festival, drawing large crowds for a sound that takes a guitar-fueled indie dance vibe (see Phoenix, Tokyo Police Club) and injects it with an emo sensibility that Cursive would approve of. The band continues to tour its 2014 release,...


Nebraskafolkroots Nebraska Folk & Roots Festival

Folk-Americana virtuoso songwriter and musician Darrell Scott from Nashville headlines Saturday night. He is a sought-after artist whose credits include a stint with Robert Plant's Band of Joy. Colorado-based indie-folk songwriter-performer Gregory Alan Isakov & The Ghost Orchestra headline Friday night. This year Isakov is releasing a moving, inspirational album of his work recorded with the Colorado Symphony that...


Curtissalgado3499 byjessicakeaveny Summer Stars

One of the biggest shows of the month comes early with the long-anticipated return of Curtis Salgado to the metro. Salgado hasn't performed locally in almost two years. He's back with his bad-ass band and a powerful new record, The Beautiful Lowdown (Alligator). Salgado wrote or co-wrote almost all the songs himself. The tunes range from sleek and lovestruck to gritty and raw with Salgado's perfectly placed vocal...


Back to back with Bach and Astor

Tango. One word. Astor Piazzolla. Two. They go together. Three. Step off from there. Let the sound seep into your soul. The wide world now embraces the beat, the throb, the sensuality originating with that Argentinian master. Classical music players aim to replicate his pieces. So do those in the spirit of jazz. Turn anywhere and there he is, the man who delved into his nation’s characteristic dance and suffused it...


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