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The Seen win Maha Music Festival’s opening slot

* Local punk-power pop rockers The Seen will open this year's Maha Music Festival, Saturday, August 11th at Aksarben Village's Stinson Park, 2285 South 67th St. The band got the slot by virtue of winning a popular vote held at last weekend's Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards' Summer Music Showcase, which was held at various venues in the downtown Benson area.

* Team Love Records is eyeing mid-September release...

Weekend Fests

Pack your blankets, lawn chairs and sunscreen and come out to enjoy two free, family-friendly events this weekend. The Blues Society of Omaha presents blues at Aksarben's Stinson Park, 67th & Center, Saturday, June 16. BluesEd youth bands What Happened? (4 p.m.) and Mojo Bag (5:15 p.m.) open. Omaha's own horn-driven Blue House plays at 6 p.m. Headlining is soulful West Coast bluesman John Nemeth, whose honors...

Brotherhood Moves to 21st

Important notes if you’re reading this Wednesday, June 6: Seattle Americana artist Zoe Muth plays Barley Street Tavern June 6. The Los Angeles Daily News praises Muth’s latest disc for ”real poetry, ingenious wit and pedal steel perfection.” See zoemuth.com.

Royal Southern Brotherhood at 21st Saloon
And after a Wednesday, June 6, show at Lincoln’s Zoo Bar, blues super group The Royal Southern Brotherhood (RSB)...

Rallying Point

Generals, the new Mynabirds album, starts by unsettling a familiar place.

On opener "Karma Debt", Singer Laura Burhenn croons over a slow-burn ballad that contains hints that the band is about to steer away from the modernized take of vintage '60s pop that was at the heart of the band's 2010 debut, What We Lose In the Fire We Gain In the Flood.

A sparse bleat of electronic drum programming pairs with piano....

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