Based on the comments on their Twitter feed, it looks like Maha Festival organizers have booked their headliner for the July 24 bash, and are on the verge of announcing it. They’re even giving clues. Stay tuned.
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Another quiet week show-wise this weekend, which is good seeing as I’m on the mend from Austin and a head cold. The only shows that draw my attention are tomorrow night (Saturday).
Fortnight is playing at The 49’r with Shipbuilding Co. (members of Plastic Trumpet, Head of Femur). $5, 9:30 p.m.
Little Black Stereo is headlining a show at O’Leaver’s with Matt Cox Band and Son of 76 and The Watchmen. $5, 9:30 p.m.
Finally, there’s the Found in Benson fundraiser at The Foundry, 6051 Maple St. The fun starts at noon with a flea market, followed by a potluck from 5 to 7 and then live music from 7 to 10 with Wisconsin band The Hollands, James Hobbs (Ames, IA) and Jimmy Hobbs. $5 for the performance. Money raised goes to produce the Found in Benson ‘zine.
And if you’re in Lincoln Sunday night, head over to Duffy’s for the Pharmacy Spirits CD release show with Mercy Rule, Shipbuilding Co. (again, members of Plastic Trumpet, Head of Femur) and The Green Trees. 9 p.m. not sure of the cover price. Pharmacy Spirits will have its Omaha version of their CD release show April 3 at O’Leaver’s with Talking Mountain and The Yuppies.
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