No. 300

Goddamn. Just look at that number. 300. Not all were as perfect as a bowling score, but still … that's a lot of friggin' words. And I haven't run out yet. It's hard to believe that six years ago Column No. 1, an interview with then-hot property Willy Mason, was published, Dec. 2, 2004. Golden-boy entrepreneur John Heaston and the work-hardened galley hands at The Reader have been kind enough...

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Here Come the Holidays, ORG Black and Blue Ball

* Scrooges be damned, those festive holiday feelings are beginning to take hold — escorted by sights, sounds and smells oozing citywide from often-tedious Muzak players, bundled bell ringers and mailboxes stuffed with Christmas cards. Allspice and cinnamon scents hang heavy in the air, along with the deafening hum of retail excess. Two of my favorite holiday traditions involve music: a...

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<p>Joe Krown Trio </p>Full Of Giving

This is the final weekend of benefit activities for the seventh annual Lash LaRue Toy Drive for the children of the Pine Ridge Reservation. Last week’s events hit a couple of bumps in the road when the CDs did not arrive in time for the CD release party. Then the Huskers’ loss effectively killed the attendance at Saturday’s late night Waiting Room show. However, the Blues Society holiday...

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Music Issue 2010: Brothers In Amps

How important is the work of Mike and AJ Mogis? The brothers have been involved with every significant indie music recording produced in Nebraska for the past 20 years. It’s that simple. Along with Saddle Creek Records (which they were involved in creating), their studio work is a common denominator that runs through the entire story of Nebraska’s rise as an internationally known hub for...

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Music Issue 2010: Home, Sweet Studio

Major changes in the music business over the past 20 years should be readily apparent to even the most casual observer. The physical record store is becoming an anomaly; a cute antiquated shop with rows of CDs. People are buying music more and more in a digital format, downloading songs from the comfort of home. Not only do bands have less need for record label machinations with the influx of a...

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Music Issue 2010: Finding Their Sound

Two of Omaha’s better-known studios don’t feel endangered by the rise of desktop computer do-it-yourself home studios in the Omaha area. Owners of both Ware House Productions and Rainbow Music Recording Studio say the demand for their expertise remains high and they don’t see any computer program replacing real, professional studio spaces any time soon. Nils Erickson, who’s owned...

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