HN’s editorial group embarks on Good Living Tour storytelling trip

June 7, 2016 - Supermoon

HN’s editorial group embarks on Good Living Tour storytelling trip

HN’s editorial group done a approach west on I-80 yesterday, nearing in a Nebraska swindle city of Sidney final night. Today outlines a commencement of a team’s two-week Good Living Tour storytelling outing opposite a state. In a entrance days, we’ll talk immature professionals and successful song total and revisit storied places in any of a 12 GLT towns, depicting what creates any a good place to live, work and play.

Today finds a video group during The Coffee Corner, interviewing residents from a city of 6700, while a writers revisit with song teachers David Jennifer Mead and Aliens Strangers Music Store owners Chris Dyson. We’re vehement to tell these and other stories around a trip.

As with any town’s stories, they’ll tell on a dates of a tangible concerts. Find that report here, and see a map of a outing below. Follow along around Twitter and Instagram (@hearnebraska) and a newly-minted Snapchat account.

GLT Storytelling Route

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Icky Blossoms, Channel Pressure, Chemicals during Reverb Lounge

We start a weekend print coverage in Omaha, where HN writer James Dean held Omaha indie stone rope Icky Blossoms’ lapse to a live theatre after a few months’ break. Electronic improv twin Channel Pressure (The Faint’s Todd Fink and Reptar’s Graham Ulicny) and Dereck Higgins’ new initial jazz/funk alloy devise Chemicals dull out a bill.

Icky Blossoms premiered a code new 3D practical existence video final week around AV Club, exploring a listener’s bedroom headspace by “Phantasmagoria” (off a sophomore LP Mask). Watch it here. As for Chemicals, yet a devise is comparatively new, hear a initial live demos from a new insinuate Hi-Fi House uncover here.

See Dean’s photos below:

Icky Blossoms

Channel Pressure


Photos by James Dean

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King Thumper, Super Moon, Super Ghost during Barley Street Tavern

HN multimedia novice Lindsey Yoneda went to Barley Street Tavern Friday to locate Lincoln sludge stone rope King Thumper, stoner steel rope Super Moon and indie rockers Super Ghost. Yoneda and associate multimedia novice Lauren Farris filmed and talk with King Thumper, that will be adult on a site in a entrance weeks.

In a meantime, see Yoneda’s photos below:

Super Moon

King Thumper

Super Ghost

Photos by Lindsey Yoneda

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Christopher a Conquered, Rothsteen, Tutti Frutti during O’Leaver’s

That same night, HN writer James Dean held a Omaha leg of Des Moines cocktail singer/songwriter Chris Ford aka Christopher a Conquered’s manuscript recover tour, with Rothsteen and Tutti Frutti stuffing out a check as support. Ford’s I’m Giving Up On Rock Roll dropped late final month on Maximum Ames Records and is accessible here.

See Dean’s photos below:

Christopher a Conquered


Tutti Frutti

Photos by James Dean

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Concert Round-Up

Tonight, Tokyo Police Club plays Slowdown with We Were Promised Jetpacks. HN novice Patrick Nolan done his feature-writing entrance Friday, talk frontman Adam Thompson about what it means to make song that resonates with a creators and is distinctly, certainly of their home country. Read it here. Tokyo Police Club only expelled a code new EP, Melon Collie and a Infinite Radness (Part 1) in April. Tickets are $18, uncover starts during 9 p.m. RSVP here.

Plan your concert-going week with a statewide calendar here. As always, If we do not see your uncover or one we devise to attend, feel giveaway to leave it in a comments or supplement it yourself around a “contribute” page here. Have a news tips, story thought or other goings-on? Update us around email during

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