Sunday, Sunday, Sunday

Music fans familiar with the 1980s and ‘90s scene likely remember The Rainmakers, a K.C. band that first hit local Midwest bars as Bob, Steve and Rich, and was a favorite at places like the Howard Street Tavern and The Ranch Bowl. A major label signed the Rainmakers back when that carried a little more weight and support.Newsweek called their 1986 national debut disc “The most auspicious debut...

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Desaparecidos, Garbage to litter Maha’s stage

* A reunited Desaparecidos and '90s alternative rock act Garbage will serve as headliners to the 2012 edition of the Maha Music Festival on Saturday, August 11th at Aksarben Village's Stinston Park. Desaparecidos is the political punk-minded side project of Conor Oberst that released their lone full-length back in 2002. The all-day show will also feature appearances by local band Icky Blossoms,...

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<p>  Jeremy Lafrentz of Backstage Entertainment interviews Gary and Erik of Bowling For Soup while Matt and Alex wait to ask their fan questions</p>Bowling For Soup Tour Interviews with Backstage Entertainment

Bowling For Soup has been to Omaha many times before and every time are sure to put on a good show. This was the case yet again last Thursday night at the Sokol Underground venue. The show had four bands performing that night and all of them got the crowd going. We got a chance to do an interview with members from Freshman 15, Patent Pending, and Bowling For Soup before the show and they all...

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<p>  GeorgeCannibal Corpse Interview with Backstage Entertainment

The Slowdown in downtown Omaha is known for bringing some great shows to the area. Last Tuesday night they didn’t disappoint by bringing one of the best death metal bands to town, Cannibal Corpse. The band started in 1988 and have been in the music scene ever since. They recently released their 12th studio album, Torture. With their album sales they are the top-selling death metal band of all...

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<p>  Jeremy Lafrentz of Backstage Entertainment interviews the Kottonmouth Kings</p>Kottonmouth Kings and Twiztid Interview with Backstage Entertainment

Backstage Entertainment got a chance to interview two awesome bands not only because of their music but because of how fun they made the interviews. First off, we started with Jamie Madrox and Paul “Monoxide” from the duo band of Twiztid. Not only did we talk about the band itself and their recent project they are working on but they went on tangents about the WWE, Hulk Hogan, Burger King, and...

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<p>  Acclaimed Texas songwriter Eric Taylor is at FolkHouse Sunday, April 22. See <em><a href=Blues Challenge & More

Catch up and coming, guitar-driven group the Dustin Pittsley Band, free, 9 p.m. at Gator O’Malley’s Thursday, April 19, and at Lincoln’s Zoo Bar on Saturday, April 21. Check zoobar.com for Saturday’s show time. The Dustin Pittsley Band has represented the Blues Society of Tulsa in the International Blues Challenge in 2010, 2009 and 2005 and has routinely won Best Band and Best Lead in the Tulsa...

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