Lee Zimmerman

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  • 11 days ago | Interviews

    The Mavericks have never been the kind of band that readily fits one simple and convenient niche. “We never got picked up by the mainstream country market,” singer/songwriter/guitarist Raul Malo told us in an interview last September. “Of course, ...

  • 13 days ago | Concerts

    In a world where entertainment has become transient and the performer with the most outrageous outfit garners instant accolades, it's sometimes difficult to get attention for music that really matters. So any event that celebrates "serious" music ...

  • 20 days ago | Obituaries

    The new year is barely three weeks old and in that short time it’s already claimed the lives of too many icons to bear. First it was David Bowie, then actor Allan Rickman, then we learned Blowfly had passed away. And now Glenn Frey, who, according...

  • 27 days ago | Concerts

    I only had an opportunity to see the late David Bowie once, at one of his rare South Florida appearances on November 17, 1972 when he and his Spiders from Mars (famously consisting of Bowie, guitarist Mick Ronson, drummer Mick Woodmansey and bassi...

  • 1 month ago | Concerts

    “Excuse me, but I have to eat while we talk. Do you mind?” Tara Nevins is at home doing what most people do as part of their morning routine, scrambling eggs — sorry, “fluffing them,” as she points out — while also attempting to answer the questio...

  • 1 month ago | Concerts

    In the mid ‘60s, the division between the races was never more distinct. Despite the emergence of Motown and the assimilation of soul into the musical mainstream, most pop ensembles remained sharply segregated, with musicians of one race or gender...

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