I may have had rose-colored glasses on when I went to La Buvette in Omaha, Nebraska — driving across the Great Plains during a deep freeze with a long-lost love at your side tends to drown your senses in all shades of warm — but I was surprised to find such great food in a fine-dining setting in the middle of the country.
How could you not like Tilly and The Wall? Any band with a tap dancing drummer and a name that refers to the most bland of inanimate objects is alright by us. We spoke with Kianna from the group to get the lowdown.
Oh boy, this is fun. Omaha’s Tilly and the Wall are kitsch-cool-camp-vauderville meets pop-folk-flamenco, with a tap dancer for a drummer and some serious, serious charisma for a calling card.