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OEA Awards this Sunday, Sunday Roadhouse at the Side Door

The annual Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards will be presented this Sunday, Feb. 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the Harrah’s Convention Center ballroom. The show is scheduled to feature live performances from All Young Girls Are Machine Guns, The Filter Kings, Steve Raybine and slam poet Felicia Webster as well as several theatrical nominees. Remember, all nominations were arrived at through public voting held last year. A...


That heavy lovin’ feeling: Bright Eyes, The People’s Key

Bright Eyes’ new album, The People’s Key, comes out Feb. 15 on Saddle Creek Records. Conor Oberst's publicist tells me the band, which had just started rehearsals, has put all press inquiries on hold for the time being. Maybe when Bright Eyes schedules the inevitable concert in Omaha (perhaps in conjunction with the MAHA Music Festival?) we'll get Conor's perspective on the album. Until then, you'll have to...


Large and Live

Colorado-based two-piece Big Gigantic plays a bombastic mixture of jazz rhythms and electronic dance beats. Featuring saxophonist/producer Dominic Lalli and drummer Jeremy Salken, Big G’s music was made for dancing and the duo have been ably ripping up clubs from coast to coast. They made a big wave on the festival circuit last summer, including much-talked-about sets at both Rothbury and Wakarusa. And while the...


Little Brazil adds new member

* Consider these the first pieces of concrete news regarding the next Little Brazil album. The Omaha indie-rockers trotted out new material during a Friday night gig at The Sydney, 5918 Maple St., as they headlined the HearNebraska.org launch party. The gig was also the first show with Megan Morgan as a full-fledged member. Morgan, who plays in Landing on the Moon with her husband and Little Brazil drummer Oliver,...


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