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<p>  Tony and Abishai from The Overseer play with the skull from the new August Burns Red Tour Stops in Omaha

On Sunday, September 16th, Sokol Auditorium hosted a great show with a lineup consisting of The Overseer, The Color Morale, Of Mice & Men, and the headliner August Burns Red. These guys have been around the country on their current tour and were excited about their trip to Omaha. Backstage Entertainment got a chance to talk to three of the bands performing that night and here’s what they had to say.

First, we...


Boehmer Celebration & More

The Zoo Bar hosts a celebration of life event in honor of founder and longtime owner Larry Boehmer Sunday, Sept. 23, 3-9 p.m. Boehmer passed away Sept. 4 from lung cancer. Current co-owner Pete Watters says he knows there is no way the Zoo can accommodate everyone who will want to stop by to remember Boehmer, so he hopes people will be patient and allow everyone who wants to stop in a chance to do so. There will...


Swans’ Seer

Guided by the wit, wisdom and solitary zeal of band leader Michael Gira, New York-based Swans are something of an uncompromised ideal in the shadowy worlds between post-punk, industrial noise and post-rock.

The band has just capped 30 years since forming and nearly three years since Gira reconstituted the band after a long hiatus with the release of The Seer, a double-length dose of music that unfolds chanting...


All Young Girls Are Machine Guns, Dim Light both prepare new CDs

* All Young Girls Are Machine Guns will unveil their sophomore album, Here's Hopin' Tomorrow Never Comes, Friday, Sept. 28th with a CD release show at the Slowdown, 729 North 14th St. The indie-pop band, led by ukulele-toting singer Rebecca Lowry, combines elements of acoustic pop, 60s girl group bliss and just a little bit of swinging jazz. The band recorded the album in bassist Travis Sing's basement. Sing...


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