Pinewood Bowl in Lincoln has booked an impressive lineup of shows for its summer concert series, which kicked off last week.
This week, three more bands will take the stage. Here are the details:
Train: Tonight at 7:30
The “Drops of Jupiter” and “Hey Soul Sister” band is currently touring on the success of its latest album, “California 37,” which contains songs such as “Drive By.”
Fans typically flock to see the pop-rock band's concerts.
“After a few cocktails, the fans started twirling around, playing air drums, shouting every word, and generally behaving as if this was the best, wildest time they'd had in decades,” said SF Weekly in a recent review.
Mat Kearney will open the show.
My Morning Jacket: Tuesday at 7 p.m.
“Circuital,” the sixth album from My Morning Jacket, continues the Kentucky-bred rock band's legacy of trippy, Southern-style rock jams.
“Recorded in a Louisville church gymnasium, ‘Circuital' is just as adventurous, yet more organic and focused,” Rolling Stone said. “When James sings, ‘Play it smart, soul intact/How you react is what you'll get back,' against lovely circular guitar shimmer on ‘You Wanna Freak Out,' he's like the beard-rock version of Coach Taylor from ‘Friday Night Lights,' showing the boys how to relax and channel their inner jam.”
Frontman Jim James is also known for being a member of Monsters of Folk with Omaha musicians Conor Oberst and Mike Mogis in addition to singer-songwriter M. Ward.
Band of Horses will open the show.
Crosby, Stills & Nash — Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Spend an evening with the legendary folk trio where you'll hear them perform classic hits such as “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” “Southern Cross,” “Marrakesh Express” and “Long Time Gone.”
The band is also slated to perform songs from the solo careers of Stephen Stills, David Crosby and Graham Nash as well as Buffalo Springfield and Crosby/Nash.
The band recently released a concert film, “CSN 2012,” that features new and unreleased songs as well as interviews with the band.
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