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The Reader Names New Music Editor

 

Ten Questions with Kristin Kontrol

 

ZooFest, Tab, Lyle, Janiva & More

 

Zoo Turns 43

 

Playing With Fire Moves to 21st Saloon

 

Ten Questions with Twin Peaks

 

Heavy Hitters

 

Ten Questions with Peter, Bjorn and John

 

Winning American Scores

 

Stravinsky and Prokofiev

 

Talk to focus on Omaha music history

* Omaha's musical history will be the focus of a talk sponsored by the Douglas County Historical Society Sunday, June 9th at the Mule Barn on Metropolitan Community College's Fort Omaha campus, 5300 North 30th St. Dan Cervent, pianist and secretary/treasurer of the Omaha Musicians' Association, will present Music Town: Omaha's Roots, covering the beginnings of local music performance at the 1898 Trans-Mississippi...


The Joyous Music of New Orleans Comes to Loessfest with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band

            The Great American Rivers connect many things in this nation of ours. After the natural disasters of recent years, they provide a direct connection between Iowa, Omaha and New Orleans, home of The Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

            New Orleans, Omaha and Iowa are now all too familiar with flooding. For the Crescent City, it was Hurricane Katrina that made an indelible mark. Omaha and the rest...


De La Soul is Not Dead

“George Clinton once told me, ‘you and Snoop need to stop smoking that damn weed, that sh*t is going to fry your mind,’” Vincent “Maseo” Mason says with a laugh. As one third of the classic hip-hop group De La Soul, Mason has made a career out of having a sense of humor. Along with fellow members Kelvin “Posdnous” Mercer and Dave “Trugoy the Dove” Jolicoeur, and famed producer Prince Paul, De La Soul helped usher...


McNally, Case, Suhler

Sunday Roadhouse hits the road for Lincoln, hosting their first show at the Zoo Bar Sunday, June 2, 5 p.m. Dean Dobmeier and Gary Grobeck present Austin’s Shannon McNally. She is touring in support of her new CD Small Town Talk, a tribute to songwriter Bobby Charles created with Mac “Dr. John” Rebennack. The disc includes guest performances by Dr. John, Derek Trucks, Will Sexton, Luther Dickinson and Vince Gill....


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