Musicians: Old Cheney Road Farmers’ Market is booking performers for Sundays this summer.
The market is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., but they’re asking for just two hours of music and can provide compensation: $50 for one/two musicians playing for two hours, and $100 to larger bands. That’s in addition to any tips received.
Send a message to the Old Cheney Road Farmers’ Market page if interested.
photo of Black Cohosh by Patrick Breen for the Lincoln Journal Star
Donate to Hear Nebraska this Thursday, on Give to Lincoln Day, and you could win a custom-built turntable.
Every increment of $10 you donate gets you a chance to win the turntable, and a collection of new vinyl from Lincoln bands. Schedule your donation to Hear Nebraska for May 16 now to earn your chance at winning: http://bit.ly/LffpI5.
Where will your ears take you tonight? Share your show in the comments.
In Lincoln, Saint Christopher releases the new album “Last Chance at Freedom” at The Bourbon. The free show begins at 9 p.m. RSVP: http://bit.ly/stchrisshow. (Listen to Saint Christopher on Hear Nebraska FM here: http://snd.sc/138IeJi.)
In Omaha, Liquid Courage Tattoo & Body Piercing celebrates its 13th anniversary at The Waiting Room Lounge. Filter Kings, Voodoo Method and DJ Kobrakyle will play the free show starting at 6 p.m. RSVP: http://bit.ly/liquidcourage.
What music will you hear live tonight? Share your show in the comments.
In Lincoln, Mikey Wehling and The Reverbs play The Zoo Bar with Zed Tempo. The $6 show begins at 9 p.m. More info: http://bit.ly/mikeywehling.
In Omaha, VietNam plays Slowdown with Black Pus and Plack Blague. Doors open at 8 p.m. for the $12 show. RSVP: VietNam w/ Black Pus, Plack Blague.
The JV Allstars got back together for a reunion show for Knickerbockers 20th anniversary. The band had only a few short weeks to prepare for the show.
Produced for HearNebraska.org.
Learn more about The JV Allstars: facebook.com/thejvallstars.
On Thursday, May 16, Hear Nebraska competes in Give To Lincoln Day 2013. The following Wednesday, May 22, we take part in Omaha Gives!
As we continue to cultivate Nebraska’s homegrown resource and take it to harvest internationally, we want to thank our more than 100 contributors, hundreds of donors and thousands of supporters.
Share this photo to tell the world, “I’m a Hear Nebraskan.” Then help us spread the word about Give to Lincoln Day, on Thursday, May 16 — http://bit.ly/LffpI5 — and Omaha Gives! on May 22 — http://bit.ly/174Faoc.
Thank you all.
The Dad previews their forthcoming seven-inch: “Sometimes if the world won’t see your greatness, you have to show them.”
Dave Hansen, lead singer and guitarist of Worried Mothers, looks back fondly on his time living and creating music at Omaha’s Lynch Building, even if he was “running the streets, being a madman.”
Hear him talk about his Nebraska music memory, and see photos of where he first got to know Omaha: http://bit.ly/lynchomaha.
photo and interview by Chevy Anderson
Early Warning: Desaparecidos will play The Waiting Room Lounge on Oct. 22. Tickets on sale this Friday.
photo by Daniel Muller at Maha Music Festival 2012