On Saturday, drills will be swapped with guitars, table saws will be replaced by keyboards and work gloves will be traded in for a microphone and maybe a little whiskey as five area bands engage in a night of tunes to support Habitat for Humanity of Omaha.
Here We Go Magic bloomed from the heart of singer/songwriter Luke Temple, and over the past year and a half, it has evolved into an ensemble, working together and inspiring each other to play and create great music. After pulling together a group of musicians to record songs which Temper wrote, the band released a self-titled album as Here We Go Magic in March 2009.
Aaron Jordan is a University of Nebraska Omaha graduate student by day and a musician by night.
If you think Stinson Park is a ruckus on farmer's market Sundays, just wait until this weekend.
It's rare that a musician releases an album and every track is brilliant, but Florence + the Machine has done just that with its latest album, "Ceremonials."
Hullabaloo, an old English word for "a clamorous noise," is also a three-day music festival held Aug. 5 through Aug. 7 and hosted by Brandon Miller of the Kris Lager Band.