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Star City Blog coverage of Lincoln Invasion

Hilary Stohs-Krause asks a band playing at each LI venue why they support the Invasion of our eastern neighbor. 

Happy birthday!

Big ups to Ian Francis (The Machete Archive), Heather Berney (Ryan Head and the Bar Room Orchestra) and David Marlborough (The Bricktop) for getting older today. If you see them out and about on the town, feel free to buy them a birthday beverage. Or just give them a hug, they’re all lovable people. Well, except maybe Ian. JOKES! 

Somasphere plays first headlining show since Nexus

It’s been a busy year, recording songs, networking with national touring bands, and giving props to Brett Smith’s ubiquitous laptop, the band’s unofficial fifth member. Click here from the Journal Star coverage courtesy of Adam Templeton.

Killigans song featured in new Robin Hood movie

After receiving a call from Universal Pictures that he thought was a joke, Chris Nebesniak figured out the truth of the matter when he went to see the new Robin Hood movie last week. Click the link for the scoop…

Casey Welsch of the Daily Nebraskan features Plan C recording studios

In just a short time the studio has already recorded The Machete Archive, Orion Walsh, The Heat Machine and Bandit Sound among others. What’s next?

More local band photo love from Jonathan Egan

Check out this picture set from last Wednesday’s Ryan Head and the Barroom Orchestra set at the Zoo Bar. Good stuff!

The Daily Nebraskan does a Q&A with Carrot Carrot

Former Black Hundreds members form a new band, take music in a different direction.

Micah Mertes from the Journal Star gives Omaha Invasion some love

Come Thursday, the Invasion commences, as more than two dozen acts hop down I-80 from Omaha to the capital city. Get a quick rundown from Micah Mertes of the JStar as he previews the fest.

Preview tracks from upcoming Life of a Scarecrow album

Life of a Scarecrow is something of a local super group featuring members of UUVVWWZ, Mother Pile and Manslaughterer. It is definitely exciting news to know they will be releasing an album this summer. The band has added a few mastered tracks to their MySpace as a preview to the album. More to come!