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Omaha, Nebraska

Things To Do In Omaha

7M Grill is an Eclectic mix of local Omaha art, food, wine, and an Amazing ambiance combined into one unique restaurant. With over 40 years combined experience in the restaurant industry our team of Chef's, Managers, and Owners have come together to create 7M Grill.

15805 West Maple Road Ste 101
Omaha, NE 68116
Phone: 402-614-4100

As Nebraska's largest and most distinguished art museum, Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha has served as the premier center for visual art since opening in 1931. Joslyn's collection features work from antiquity to the present, with an emphasis on 19th- and 20th-century European and American art. Highlights of the permanent collection include works by Lorenzo di Credi, El Greco, Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Albert Bierstadt, and Thomas Hart Benton. American masters such as Grant Wood, Jackson Pollock, Dale Chihuly, and George Segal are also represented.

2200 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: 402-342-3300

Lauritzen Gardens is a living museum of unique four-season plant displays, maintained to the highest standards consistent with environmental stewardship. It provides memorable educational and aesthetic experiences for all. Escape to an urban oasis of beauty and tranquility to experience the glory of the garden. Discover a hidden sanctuary in the heart of the city. Relax while cultivating your mind in this living plant museum, conveniently located in the beautiful riverfront hills.

100 Bancroft Street
Omaha, NE 68108
Phone: 402-346-4002

Since its inception in 1976, Omaha Children's Museum has been a special place where children can challenge themselves, discover how the world works and learn through play. It is Omaha's primary participatory museum and provides a variety of hands-on exhibits, workshops, programs, presentations and special events that put children in touch with their ever-changing world.

500 South 20th Street
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: 402-342-6164

The Old Market Omaha is a premier arts and entertainment district featuring fine dining, shopping, corporate meeting facilities, hotel accommodations, upscale night life, and sought-after real estate. Located in downtown Omaha just minutes from Omaha Eppley Airport, the Old Market is close to several nearby attractions including Durham Western Heritage Museum, Omaha Civic Auditorium, Qwest Center Omaha, Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo, and more. Head to Omaha's Old Market district, where exceptional gifts and dining are around every corner. From Harney to Jackson streets and 10th to 13th streets, unique shops, boutiques, pubs, more than 30 area restaurants and distinctive entertainment define this historic neighborhood.

Old Market District
Omaha, NE 68108

The Museum is the authentically restored home of General George Crook. It was constructed in 1879 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is an Italianate style, which represented the no-nonsense grandeur of the military frontier. The furnishings are from the 1880 Victorian period. From early November through the end of December, the museum celebrates Nineteenth Century Holidays. The Crook House Guild, with help from area designers and design students, transforms every room in the house into a captivating glimpse of Christmas past.

30th and Fort Street
Omaha, NE 68111
Phone: 402-455-9990

El Museo Latino opened its doors in the historic Livestock Exchange Building on May 5,1993 as the first Latino Art & History Museum and Cultural Center in the Midwest. In 1997, the museum moved to its present brick and red tile roof building. The original construction of 1887 was a school and was reconstructed in the 1930s. Today, El Museo Latino is one of only eleven Latino museums in the United States.

4701 South 25 Street
Omaha, NE 68107
Phone: 402-731-1137

Durham Museum is dedicated to providing guests with a unique experience each time they visit. From their permanent exhibits highlighting the history of Omaha and its surrounding regions, to impressive traveling exhibitions from their national partners such as the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives, the Library of Congress and the Field Museum, there is truly something for everyone. Every day they strive to meet and exceed visitor's expectations. Whether you're a museum member or "just passing through," your enjoyment is important.

801 South 10th Street
Omaha, NE 68108
Phone: 402-444-5071

Henry Doorly Zoo works to promote and encourage recreational activities for the public in the context of wild animals and their habitats. They also promote, establish and maintain educational activities and programs to enhance the knowledge of the general public and the Zoological staff in all areas relating to the natural world. The Zoo promotes conservation of rare and endangered species of plants, animals and their natural ecological systems.

3701 South 10th Street
Omaha, NE 68107
Phone: 402-733-8401

Food & Drink In Omaha

7M Grill is an Eclectic mix of local Omaha art, food, wine, and an Amazing ambiance combined into one unique restaurant. With over 40 years combined experience in the restaurant industry our team of Chef's, Managers, and Owners have come together to create 7M Grill.

15805 West Maple Road Ste 101
Omaha, NE 68116
Phone: 402-614-4100

A converted boiler room in the Bemis Bag building, built in 1896 -the Boiler Room is an ingredient driven modern American/French restaurant. The menu changes daily to reflect local farm product availability. Now open six days a week for dinner, offering hand crafted cocktails and an extensive domaine driven Old World wine list.

1110 Jones Street
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: 402-916-9274

Sullivan's Steakhouse is a vibrant neighborhood American Steakhouse featuring the finest steaks and seafood, hand shaken martinis, and live music. They offer comfortable fine dining in a lively atmosphere. From the moment you step inside the lounge for drinks, appetizers or dinner, you will feel the energy and excitement provided by their professional team members. Sullivan's serves the finest Midwestern hand selected steaks aged a minimum of 28 days, simply seasoned and broiled at 1,200 degrees, fresh seafood, a wide selection of cravable appetizers, soups, salads and side dishes including their signature Horseradish Mashed Potatoes. Their desserts are house-made daily? Key Lime Pie, Bananas Foster Bread Pudding and Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee, just to name a few. Whether it's for business or pleasure, they have become a favorite local steakhouse.

222 South 15th Street
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: 402-342-0077

V. Mertz offers its guests a progressive, contemporary American menu rooted in classic French cooking and an award-winning wine list of over 400 selections. The restaurant is located in Omaha's historic and picturesque Old Market Passageway, within walking distance from the Qwest Convention Center, The Holland Performing Arts Center, the Orpheum, and all major downtown hotels. V. Mertz is locally-owned, and prides itself in offering artisan products and cheeses, organically-grown local produce and Wagyu beef, and sustainably-farmed and line-caught seafood. Perfect for business or pleasure, V. Mertz is the premier fine-dining restaurant in Omaha.

1022 Howard Street
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: 402-345-8980

Dario's Brasserie is a destination for food lovers in search of casual, elegant dining, located in the heart of Omaha's Dundee neighborhood. Dario's passionate style of cooking incorporates classic French, traditional Belgian and modern techniques including the French method of sous vide. At Dario's Brasserie they believe Belgian beer pairs perfectly with any entree, such as mussels, steak and frites, and sous vide short ribs. With over 80 Belgian beers to choose from, you will find the perfect match. Their wine selection is focused on the regions of France and they offer classic French cocktails. The Brasserie has an inviting European style atmosphere, with a patio and a lovely bar area where you may enjoy a drink or eat dinner. Stop in for lunch, dinner or their superb Sunday brunch. They also offer seasonal Belgian beer pairing dinners throughout the year.

4920 Underwood Avenue
Omaha, NE 68132
Phone: 402-933-0799

Dante is Omaha's first certified Neopolitan Pizzeria. Dante's pizzas are prepared in the same way they were a century ago in Italy. The dough is stretched by hand and the pizzas are baked in an 800-degree Mugnaini wood-fired oven. The black blisters on the crust are a signature of Neapolitan pizza. Chef-owner Nick Strawhecker is committed to using produce from the area's many talented farmers. Local ingredients will be heavily featured throughout the spring and summer.

16901 Wright Plaza
Omaha, NE 68130
Phone: 402-932-3078

Mahogany Prime Omaha offers authentic American cooking including corn-fed prime beef, fresh seafood flown in daily, and "everything made from scratch".

13665 California Street
Omaha, NE 68154
Phone: 402-445-4380

Spezia Restaurant is an upscale-casual restaurant located in Omaha's Midtown area just north of I-80. Featuring Italian, steaks, and seafood in a warm and comfortable environment. Spezia originated in Sioux Falls, South Dakota 13 years ago.

3125 South 72nd Street
Omaha, NE 68124
Phone: 402-391-2950

The Grey Plume focuses on seasonality and sustainability. The Grey Plume writes a menu daily, much of which is based on local farmer's supply and preserves the Nebraska produce harvest for the winter months. The Grey Plume works in partnership with The Green Restaurant Association and is the first and only Certified Green Restaurant in the tri-state area. Enjoy the elegant, yet comfortable dining atmosphere for both lunch and dinner.

220 South 31st Avenue
Omaha, NE 68131
Phone: 402-763-4447

Designed with a 1920's New York Chophouse in mind, 801 Chophouse at the Paxton is the epitome of class. From the USDA Prime Grade beef, to the jet-fresh seafood and world class wine and scotch selection, you will not forget this unique fine dining experience. Private dining rooms for four to forty-two are available seven nights a week to enhance your dining experience.

1403 Farnam Street
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: 402-341-1222

Nightlife In Omaha

The birthplace of nationally known artists such as Conor OBerst, the Faint and Cursive, the indie music scene in Omaha continues to grow with venues like The Waiting Room which is devoted to the growth of innovative music. Unless indicated otherwise, shows at The Waiting Room are all ages.

6212 Maple Street
Omaha, NE 68104
Phone: 402-884-5353

Nosh Wine Lounge, is the spot downtown for guests who desire a sophisticated relaxing atmosphere while enjoying service and quality that are second to none. A diverse boutique wine list offering over 120 wines as well as premium cocktails, martinis, artisan beers and a collection of single malt scotches that will please any palate.

Culinary delights featuring small plates, gourmet sliders, flatbread pizzas using locally sourced ingredients that can accommodate a casual bite or a full course meal.

1006 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: 402-614-2121

2007 Esquire Magazine's Club of the Year featuring nationally known Indie Rock bands. When it comes to live music, Omaha knows how to put a different spin on it. The birthplace of nationally known artists such as Conor OBerst, the Faint and Cursive, the indie music scene in Omaha continues to grow with venues like The Slowdown devoted to the growth of innovative music.

729 North 14th Street ;Omaha Ne
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: 402-345-7569

"If Frank Zappa, John Waters, and Frederico Fellini had an orgy, Super Happy Funtime Burlesque would be the cumfart that celebrated the event" - guy in the audience at Trip in Santa Monica, 2011.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Acoustic performances by: Michael Clark, Jesse Dean w/ Zachary Adkins & Dave Campbell, Scott Armstrong Spoken word performances, live art exhibit and more.

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In February of 2009 Ladyfinger (ne) released their sophomore effort Dusk. The album bridged three decades of influence, mixing early 70's classic rock with punk and hardcore of the late 80's and early 90's. This unique fusion gained them praise (Pitchfork called Dusk's lead single 'Little Things' "all power and momentum and baldface 70's classic-rock glory") and a pack of new fans.

Phone: 402-884-5353

The Atlanta metropolitan area stretches on for at least 30 miles beyond the Georgia Dome and the World of Coke. Peachtree Street (conspicuously void of actual peach trees) stretches up through several counties, changing its name a number of times, confusing the tourists and the transplants. Furthest to the north of the metro area, sits Gwinnett County; sprawling and well-populated by a mix of out-of-towners hoping to indulge in a slice of that oft-mentioned American Pie: a house in a subdivision with a yard for the kids.

Phone: 402-884-5353

That encompasses the prevailing spirit of Let It Go, the fifth studio album from Grammy-nominated bluegrass expansionists The Infamous Stringdusters. The new effort, released April 1 on the band's own High Country Recordings, finds the band on firm footing, at ease with an evolving sound that defies categorization. It's acoustic music, sure, but not the kind you'll hear from any other band. Roots can be traced but boundaries don't exist.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Featuring members of area bands The Fools and The Randall Zwarte band, these 4 individuals are setting out to create an experience like no other. With Mike's vocal range and stage presence, Cory's Les Paul-infused heavy blues-rock guitar, Jon's melodic bass playing and versatility on keyboards, and Dakota's raw energy and precision drumming, they perform the music of Led Zeppelin 100% live in a way that you'll have to see to believe!

Phone: 402-884-5353

PEELANDER-Z, the Japanese Action Comic Punk Band, was originally formed by Peelander-Yellow, Peelander-Red and Peelander-Blue (claim they are from Z area in the Planet Peelander!!) in 1998, and came into action based in NYC.

Phone: 402-884-5353

People can immediately tell if you're real. They know if your art is genuine, and they'll stick with you if they hear, see, and feel your truth in everything you create. Since forming in 2008, The Word Alive have built that sort of trust with their diehard fan base - the sort of trust that gains you followers not just for a fleeting moment, but for a lifetime. So, it's only fitting that the Phoenix, AZ quintet's third full-length album for Fearless Records bears the title of REAL. Over the course of two full-length albums and two EPs, The Word Alive have risen through the ranks to become modern heavy music elite.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Sir Michael Rocks has always been a little ahead of his time, a little more original than his peers, a little bit more creative. As a teenager, he started making music under the name Mikey Rocks as one half of groundbreaking duo The Cool Kids. Formed over the Internet and powered by a strong grassroots fanbase online, the group helped redefine the image of rap for the Internet era with an effortlessly cool throwback style and an iconic, laid-back fashion sense. Rechristening himself as Sir Michael Rocks in 2011, the restlessly creative artist, now based in Miami after time spent in Chicago and LA, has been pushing the boundaries of rap originality even further in recent years with a string of popular, critically acclaimed mixtapes.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Lil Dicky is the voice of the voiceless. In an era where rap is dominated by racial, social, and economic minorities, LD decided to put the upper-middle class on his frail, Jewish shoulders.

Phone: 402-345-7569

Mickey Avalon's life story plays out like an episode of VH1's 'Behind The Music," marred by personal tragedy, triumphs and immense pain. Using his life experiences as fuel for his intense rhymes, Mickey Avalon is now inviting listeners to step into his world of debauchery with the release of his sophomore studio album, Loaded, on April 24th, 2012.

Phone: 402-345-7569

Coincide is a hard rock band from Omaha, NE. Musical influences vary within the band stemming from Heavy Metal, Rock, Alternative Rock and Country. The band have been on the local scene since it's formation in early 2008. Coincide have to date released 2 EP's and 1 studio album, The Way Out, in May of 2012. Coincide consists of members Ben Naughton on vocals, Joe Rotolo and Sean Kennedy on guitars, Joel Goodsell on drums and Dan Truckenmiller on bass. The current lineup was announced late 2014 after an 18 month hiatus.

Phone: 402-345-7569

On February 3rd, the San Francisco based guitar-drum duo Two Gallants are set to release their 5th studio album, We Are Undone, on ATO Records. While singer and guitarist Adam Stephens and drummer Tyson Vogel have stayed true to the two-person format since their acclaimed 2004 debut, The Throes, their sound has evolved considerably over the intervening years. Following 2012's The Bloom and the Blight, We Are Undone is the band's second release on ATO.

Phone: 402-884-5353

After releasing their 2014 full-length self-titled debut BOTH (featuring the single "Toothpaste" with savemoneys Kami De Chukwu), The hip-hop duo spent nearly two years bringing their diverse inventive brand of alt-hip-hop to festivals and venues around the midwest. To deal with the chaos of finishing a regional tour with rock band "The Seen", signing with Make Believe Studios, OEAA Nomination, and playing shows with legendary bands Desaparecidos & Neva Dinova, the duo threw themselves into creating material for their next extended play.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Raise the Roots hosts quarterly events to nurture conversation and build community around sustainability initiatives in the Omaha area. While celebrating with live music, local bites and multi-media experiences, Raise the Roots audiences learn about local food, clean energy, and other sustainable initiatives in our region.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Quoted as "the next big thing" AnchondO is the band that has everybody talking. Known as Midwestern road dogs, AnchondO seems to be on a perpetual tour playing several shows a week every week. AnchondO plays to anyone who appreciates their eclectic blend of latin/reggae/rock and ska. With their skilled musicianship and high-energy live shows AnchondO is standing out and quickly emerging out of the Mid-Western circuit turning heads and gaining legions of fans everywhere they go. With their "do it yourself" attitude, AnchondO is also known as one of the hardest working unsigned bands in the Mid-west with their hard work only being matched by their dedication to their music and fans.

Phone: 402-884-5353

"The 70's Is My Groove" is a tribute to musical genres from the 1970's. R&B, Rock, Disco, Country, Jazz, classical?it will all be there. This 70's inspired evening invites guest to "Funk it out?" in their favorite 70's attire for an evening of pleasure, music, dancing and reminiscing. Kathy Tyree and the "In the Moment Band" along with the best background vocalist in Omaha (LaShanna Adams, DJ Tyree & Tammy Tyree) are sure to excite the audience with their melodious renditions of each song selected.

Phone: 402-884-5353

In Flint, the factories are closed, jobs are scarce and the people are bitter. Whitey sings songs these people can relate to. In much the same way his grandfather and mentor did over 3 decades ago, to a whole generation of southern transplants who came up US-23 to Flint looking for the good life. In the spirit of William Morgan, Waylon, Merle and Paycheck; Whitey's melodies help people forget their problems for a few hours and serve as the guideline for drinking sorrows away.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Born August 6th 1989, Nikko McFadden is of Caucasian and Hispanic Background. Born into a military family He's lived through-out the States and Overseas as a child. A divorce at the age of 8 caused a shift in his upbringing. After his mother took custody, he quickly became familiar with the wrong end of the law. Then being kicked out of his mother's house at the age of 16 led to a full time struggle of trying to get to his next meal and find somewhere to sleep. He went in and out of juvenile halls before he turned 18.

Phone: 402-884-5353

After 13 albums and more than 500,000+ downloads the Randall Zwarte Band annouces national radio junket to celebrate the release of their latest album - Lucky Number 13 Not one to shy away from a challenge, Randall Zwart seems to thrive on pushing the envelope and seeing where it takes him. The recent release of his latest CD, Lucky Number 13, has the fifth child in a family of 13 siblings, counting on having fate on his side this time. Early feedback from commercial radio stations who once greeted him with closed doors is an encouraging move in the right direction. It's a far cry from the early days when Djs more often than not, said they'd be fired if they played indy music such as Zwart's.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Pleiades & the Bear is a harmonious folk trio out of Omaha, NE. The three began playing music together about two and a half years ago when Jonathan decided he needed to introduce two of his friends, Karmen and Victoria. Immediately hitting it off, they set up a time to get together and practice. At the time, Jonathan was stubborn and didn't want to be part of a band but was tricked into it by Karmen and Victoria inviting him to practice for "pointers." He is now very grateful because they sound divine together and are the best friends that anyone could have!

Phone: 402-884-5353

Then Came the Morning, the second album by the Southern-born, Brooklyn-based indie-folk trio the Lone Bellow, opens with a crest of churchly piano, a patter of drums, and a fanfare of voices harmonizing like a sunrise. It's a powerful introduction, enormous and overwhelming, as Zach Williams, Brian Elmquist, and Kanene Pipkin testify mightily to life's great struggles and joys, heralding the morning that dispels the dark night: "Then came the morning! It was bright, like the light that you kept from your smile!" Working with producer Aaron Dessner of the National, the Lone Bellow has created a sound that mixes folk sincerity, gospel fervor, even heavy metal thunder, but the heart of the band is harmony: three voices united in a lone bellow.

Phone: 402-884-5353

January 7, 2014. The temperature read 4 degrees in Central Park, the coldest day in New York City since 1896. The Rentals' Matt Sharp (lead vocalist, bassist, keyboardist and songwriter) sat in warmth at a friend's loft just off Union Square eagerly awaiting the first reviews to come in for the band's long awaited third album, Lost In Alphaville.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Blue Martian Tribe (BMT) has a sound and style all of their own. Writing and blending many styles including rock, trance, bluegrass, funk, jazz and dance. BMT has been delivering energetic performances with ever-changing setlists and cover tunes that have kept loyal fans coming back for more. BMT has performed at music festivals such as 10KLF, Wakarusa, Shangri-La Music Festival, FestyFest, LoveFest in the Midwest, HLN6 & HLN7, Gaea Retreat and many others. BMT also launched their own music festival Tribal Equinox with the first annual event taking place in September of 2011 in Omaha, Nebraska.

Phone: 402-884-5353

Local H is known for their blistering live shows and for pioneering the two-man band set-up - frontman Scott Lucas covers both guitar and bass through an extra pick up in his guitar and drummer Ryan Harding pounds out the rest of the sound. While they have earned praise in the past for their catalog of clever concept albums, Local H are forgoing a singular theme on their new album - "Hey, Killer" (out 4/14/15 on G&P Records) - turning out a non-stop blast of straight-up, hooky, guitar-heavy rock songs - each one catchier than the last. The band's discography includes seven other studio albums, a live album, and a bunch of EPs. Harding joined Local H in 2013, after years spent playing in Minneapolis bands Left Brain Heart and Bruder, and fit right in. His first recording with Local H was a heavy, rocking reinterpretation of Lorde's 'Team,' title track of the EP released in 2014.

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Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to swing. We bring to you a night packed full of Rock n Roll, classic cars, a pinup photo contest, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, and more! This event is being held to raise funds for COTA in honor of Alexis Stansbury. Alexis has Cystic Fibrosis and is currently at the top of the list to receive a double lung transplant. Life and Breath is a group dedicated to raising funds to help with the high cost of the procedure and recovery.

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The Crom Comedy Festival is a yearly alternative stand up comedy festival that takes place in Omaha, Nebraska and Denver, Colorado. It is a mega chill party bringing together cool comedians from across the U.S. run by comedians who want to give a more achievable alternative to the larger and more selective festivals (which are totally cool). It is very DIY and very punk rock in spirit, so no jerks allowed.

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"My aim is to be earnest and have integrity," says Zach Porter, primary songwriter of the transcendent pop-rock quintet The Tragic Thrills. "When I write songs for this band, I question every word because I want to make sure everything is honest." The quintet is comprised of seasoned musicians with national and international touring experience, and successful track records with both major and independent labels. The band has toured with Twin Forks, Augustana and Pigpen Theater Co. In addition to Zach Porter, the band includes Cameron Quiseng (bass), Chris Morrison (lead guitar), Ans Gibson (drums), and Gabe Rudner (keyboard). With The Tragic Thrills, the band members break away from their legacies to rally behind the poetic and irreverently romantic songs Porter has crafted. Emboldened by the fresh start, the guys have taken the reins to steer their destiny. They self-funded their self-titled debut, and, enamored with the subtle genius production on Mat Kearney's Young Love, handpicked producer Jason Lehning.

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The story of the Palma Violets' rampaging second album - "Danger In The Club" - actually starts somewhat inauspiciously. Namely, with them about to implode on a farm in Pembrokeshire in Wales. It's the hot, late summer of 2013 and the band, having been on tour more or less continuously since 2012, are in a bad way. Fractious, bored and irritable, they're fed-up with everything - not least each other. Counter-intuitively then - after a typically riotous set at Reading Festival - they demand their tour manager drive them to a barn "somewhere in the middle of nowhere."

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El Dub is what you call a "looper" or "One man Band". He plays all instruments live including, beat boxing, guitar, bass, keys and harmonizing vocals and loops them into layers that end up sounding like a full band with just one guy. El Dub uses the RC50 Loop Station as well as a Godin Synth Guitar, and Roland GR55 guitar synth pedal for sounds like horn sections, flutes, organ, piano, and wah clavi, which help him create the staple sounds of a true funk band. You may recognize this type of performance from other "looping artist" like Zach Deputy, and Keller Williams.

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Jon Bellion is a 22-year-old singer, songwriter and producer from New York. After beginning his career as a songwriter, Bellion signed to Visionary Music Group, an independent label based out of New York, in August of 2012. Jon's sound is an eclectic mix of pop, hip hop, rap and soul, citing musical influences like Andre 3000 and Kanye West.

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Copeland formed in Lakeland, Florida in 2001. The band's first album, Beneath Medicine Tree, came out in 2003 on indie label The Militia Group. The album's layered melodies, combined with Marsh's thoughtful, emotive croon, immediately engaged music fans, offering a nuanced take on the emo music of the early '00s. The group unveiled four subsequent albums between 2005 and 2008, including Eat, Sleep, Repeat on Columbia Records in 2006. Copeland signed with Tooth & Nail in 2008 and have partnered with the label to release their long awaited sixth album, Ixora. In their heyday, the band played over 200 shows a year. They've toured with Brand New, Sparta, Goo Goo Dolls, The Rentals, Bob Mould, Switchfoot, Motion City Soundtrack and Guster. Copeland has also historically supported new artists and Paramore's first ever show was opening for Copeland in Nashville in 2004.

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Glass Animals vocalist and songwriter David Bayley draws influence for both music and artwork from his involvement in the world of medicine and neuroscience (at just 22 yrs old, he has studied both) creating a sound with it's roots spread between the electronic and live instrumentation. The result is the warm, narcotic space between a downbeat, slow-burning groove and electro-pop catchiness.

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