New Jack’s Mannequin album comes full circle

Jack's Mannequin's latest album, "People and Things," combines the struggling love subject matter of their debut album "Everything in Transit" and the melodic sound of their sophomore album "The Glass Passenger."


Queen’s of the Stone Age release technically precise “Villains” album

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR “Villains” is a reliable effort from veteran alternative rock group Queens of the Stone Age. QOTSA know their sound and any average listener...

UNO students, alumni to perform with Needtobreathe

Local band Adelaide is finally back onstage after a short hiatus that began earlier this year. The four-piece alternative act is scheduled to perform with Needtobreathe on Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Bourbon Theatre in Lincoln, Neb.


DAMN. adds to Lamar’s legacy

Jeff Turner SENIOR STAFF WRITER Kendrick Lamar hit the ground running in 2012 with his major studio debut, “good kid, M.A.A.D. city.” It was magnificent—a vivacious,...

Andy Grammer coming to UNO

He is everything you might expect a true California boy to be: calm, funny, sincere and oozing "cool." Los Angeles born and New York raised, 29-year-old Andy Grammer has catapulted to fame through his cheeky melodies and highly relatable lyrics, but he is more that just another rising musician.


Daryl Stuermer teams up with the Omaha Symphony

The lofty auditorium of the Holland Performing Arts Center stirred with folks excited to take a trip down memory lane on Jan. 12.  The audience was excited to take a trip through their glory days, back to the 80's as world-class guitarist Daryl Stuermer prepared to take the stage for the second consecutive night.
    The crowd gathered to listen to the stylings of the former guitarist for Phil Collins, best known for his 1979 chart topper "In the air tonight" and his Disney movie classic "You'll be in my heart."  Stuermer's musical career has been an evolution of life-changing and career-catapulting experiences, all of which led him to where he is today.
 


Frank Ocean’s new album “Blonde”: Collection highlight’s Ocean’s identity struggle

Danielle Meadows CONTRIBUTOR After four long years, Frank Ocean fans can finally stop asking where the new album is. “Blonde” was released a little over a...

Faculty musicians perform

On Jan. 22, UNO held a concert featuring a faculty trio named I, the Siren. The ensemble consists of Shelby VanNordstrand (vocals), Darci Gamerl (oboe) and Stacie Haneline (piano). The trio had an amazing chemistry and played the music to its fullest.