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Memphis Mainstays

Lucero's latest album goes by the name Women & Work, but this is the band's Memphis record.

The band has called the Mid-South mecca home for all of its life, but singer and Arkansas native Ben Nichols is finally ready to let his longtime residency in Memphis soak through his alternative Americana sound.

"Over the last couple of records, I've kind of re-fallen in love with the amazing art and music that's...


Local drummer Javier Ochoa remembered

* During the past week, Facebook has been a memorial to Omaha musician Javier Ochoa, who died of a heart attack June 19th. The 43-year-old Ochoa made his mark both as a first-rate rock drummer and as a friend to many here in town. Most recently, Ochoa played in Led Zeppelin tribute act The Song Remains the Same and original band Diana and the Maries. A specific group dedicated to sharing memories of Ochoa has...


In Bloom

The germination of Omaha indie dance-rock band Icky Blossoms dates back to a different sort of flower created by the band's mastermind, Derek Pressnall.

Started in 2007 as a side project to Pressnall's main band, Tilly and the Wall, Flowers Forever was a multi-layered, psych-rock head trip, but by 2010 the band's sound began to change. The band's final evolution came at a frenzied performance at Slowdown Jr. in...


Graham’s Garage Sale

Jon Dee Graham hits Lincoln’s Zoo Bar Thursday, June 28, 6-9 p.m. with his band The Fighting Cocks, Sons of 76 duo opens. Graham is a three-time Austin Music Hall of Fame inductee whose 30-plus year music career includes founding Austin band The True Believers with Alejandro Escovedo. It was Escovedo who pushed Graham to sing the new songs he brought to The True Believers, helping point Graham towards his eventual...


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