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Marcos E. Mora's musical story lies in the multicultural notes he strums and plucks from his 1969 wood-tone Fender Stratocaster guitar.

As the bandleader of Marcos Y Sabor, he guides the way from Latin music through the many sounds of classic rock, oldies, blues and soul.

Mora is a third-generation Mexican-American and from the time that his grandfather first came to Omaha in the 1920s, his family has played...


The Faint unveil Danse Macabre reissue

* The Faint are preparing a deluxe, remastered edition of their 2001 album Danse Macabre, due out Tuesday, October 30th on Saddle Creek Records. The triple-disc reissue will feature a disc of bonus tracks from the era, including live favorite "Take Me To the Hospital". The package will also include a DVD, featuring archival footage of the band, projection videos used during the shows on the band's Danse Macabre...


<p>  Jeremy Lafrentz from Backstage Entertainment interviews Chino and Abe from Deftones.</p> The First Annual Knotfest in Iowa

Many of us couldn’t wait until August 17th came around ever since Sophia John from 89.7 The River announced at River Riot on May 11th that a big annual concert would start this year called Knotfest. Featuring some big name bands like Deftones, Lamb of God, and Slipknot, summer couldn’t fly by fast enough. As the day got closer, fans got more information about what would be at the show. It was turning out to be a...


<p>  Flobots' Bassist Jesse Walker</p> Flobots get Facebooked

The Flobots are a rock and hip hop musical group from Denver, Colo., formed in 2000 by Jamie Laurie. Flobots found mainstream success with their major label debut Fight with Tools (2007), featuring the single "Handlebars," which became a popular hit on modern rock radio in April 2008. The ’bots will perform at the Waiting Room tonight (Wednesday, Aug. 22). This week, The Reader asked our Facebook followers to...


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