The Cash Flow

The Cash Flow

 Omaha, Nebraska, USA

The Cash Flow is a major figure in the Omaha music community. The band released “The Paperchase EP” in June of 2009, and have since sought the particular help of producer, Mark Michalik, to record the dangerously-awaited follow-up due out in late summer of 2010.


The Cash Flow is anything but the ordinary four-piece rock group. Currently terrorizing the west suburbs of Omaha, NE, and armed with huge plans in the works for all of 2010, these boys can be found laughing ashore at a sea of drowning trends. The group was founded upon nothing more than hard-working Midwest values and an unstoppable desire to succeed, hitting every obstacle head-on.

Shortly after taking the stage for the first time in January of 2009, The Cash Flow began turning heads, opening for major touring acts such as The Swellers, Honor Bright, Sparks The Rescue, The Dangerous Summer, This Time Next Year, After Midnight Project, and This Providence.

Six months later, in June of 2009, The Cash Flow released their debut EP. It was written, produced, recorded, and engineered by the band and proudly titled, "The Paperchase EP." The final mixes were mastered by John Naclerio at Nada Recording Studio, and is currently available on iTunes, Smartpunk, Amazon, or through The Cash Flow’s Big Cartel online store. The song, “For Every King A Crown,” is currently receiving airplay on Omaha’s 89.7 FM Sunday evening broadcasts of,“Planet O.”

As 2009 draws to a close, The Cash Flow gears up for a big year full of twists and turns including a highly-anticipated follow-up set to record in late April with Mark Michalik in beautiful Chicago, IL. With a crew of four best friends, its hard to create anything short of an unforgettable live show or your new favorite song. The band’s quickly growing and ever-expanding fan base in the area among young people demonstrates an undying motivation that screams, “These guys mean business.”


The Paperchase EP (June 2009)

Set List

Somebody's Got It In For You
When I Dip
For Every King A Crown
Exes & O-faces
My Disappearing Act Went Wrong
Death By Tiger