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For King And Country at CHI Health Center Omaha

For King And Country

The Grammy winners For KING AND COUNTRY are back with the 'Unsung Hero: The Tour'! Hailing from the land of Oz, Christian Contemporary Music duo For King And Country have taken their new homeland by storm with soaring praise anthems, emotionally charged lyrics and a reputation for theatrical, percussive and high-energy live shows that keeps their fan base growing.

Mother Mother at Steelhouse

Mother Mother

Formed in Vancouver by siblings Ryan and Molly in 2005, Mother Mother expanded their upbeat alt folk-rock empire with the additions of keyboardist/singer Jasmin Parkin, dummer Ali Siadat and bassist Mike Young. Fusing catchy melodic hooks with driving, groove-laden bass-lines, sparkling synths and glorious three part harmonies, the quintet have solidified their status as indie pop heavyweights!

COIN at Steelhouse

COIN

The city of Nashville, Tennessee is synonymous with the stomping stetson anthems of Country music's brightest lights, but indie rockers COIN are breaking the mold of their home city and producing bright-eyed, upbeat pop more commonly associated with the LA, NYC and London scenes. Catch COIN live on tour and on a stage near you!

Kate Nash at The Slowdown

Kate Nash

Kate Nash will spend this fall traveling across the United States in support of her upcoming album '9 Sad Symphonies', her first in five years. which is set to be released this June. You can catch the lead single 'My Bile' now! Kate Nash rose to prominence with hit single Foundations and her debut album, Make of Bricks, which peaked at number one in the UK. In 2008, Nash won the award for Best Female Artist at the Brit Awards.

ZZ Top at Liberty First Credit Union Arena

ZZ Top

Influenced by the likes of Johnny Lee Hooker and Muddy Waters, Rock & Roll hall of famers ZZ Top infuse their classic blues riffs with the spirited, often humorous pursuit of worldly pleasures. Look no further for catchy tunes about fast cars, sharp clothes and good times... and of course the iconic (and pretty incredible) facial hair.

Built To Spill at Waiting Room Lounge

Built To Spill

'90s indie rock legends Built to Spill are hitting the road once again to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their 1994 LP 'There's Nothing Wrong With Love'! The band, led by vocalist Doug Martsch and accompanied by drummer Teresa Esguerra and bassist Melanie Radford, will be touring North America starting in late summer, with stops in Seattle, Chicago, Boston, and many more cities.

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