Tonight is the second night of The Good Life at Sokol Underground, this time with Kite Pilot and Little Brazil opening. The show has yet to sell out, but ironically, parking could be even more difficult down at Sokol than last night because the mighty Grasshopper Takeover is hosting their CD release show upstairs in the Auditorium. I intend to go to both shows, so look for a review tomorrow in this here blog (I’m hoping someone who was at the show last night will come through with a review, which they could post right here). The Good Life show is $8 and starts at 9 p.m. GTO is $10 and starts at 7 p.m.
Also tonight, Virgasound (or The Band Formerly Known as The Philharmonic) is at O’Leaver’s with Lincoln’s Her Flyaway Manner and Jaeger Fight (whose members include The Reader‘s Managing Editor, Andy Norman — if you’ve ever disagreed with any of the paper’s editorial policies, tonight’s show would be the perfect time to voice your discontent). $5, 9:30 p.m.
After tonight there are virtually no shows of note in Omaha until the second week of January (at least that I’m currently aware of). This will give all of you time to get to know your families again as you share in this holiday season and reflect on the year gone by. Come on, somebody, put some freakin’ shows together, will you?
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