11 days ago | Miami Music
Even those of us who have resided in these parts for a very long time — as in a few decades — might be forgiven for not remembering a certain local band from the ‘80s named The Wind. Not that they weren’t worthy of recognition — quite the opposite...
18 days ago | Interviews
Drummer Eddie Zyne’s a South Florida boy who’s played with some of the best in the biz – Hall & Oates, Todd Rundgren and the Monkees among them. Ironically, his original career choice was the priesthood. He even went so far as to enroll in a s...
23 days ago | Reviews
“If you like good songs, we’ll have a really good time tonight,” David Crosby promised shortly into the second show of his current solo tour. Looking healthy, trim and respondent dressed in all black, his full mane of white hair offsetting his fea...
25 days ago | Music News
Free concerts are a rare thing. Any time we hear about one, we think: Sure, but what's the catch? We want to see free live music just as much as the next guy, but we don't want to have to give away our social security number in the process. W...
1 month ago | Interviews
Looking back on the past 50 years, there are many indelible iconic images of David Crosby that come to mind. There’s the beaming young man in a cape with the mischievous look in his eyes who gazed with a kind of beatific innocence from the covers ...
1 month ago | Interview
As both Artistic Director and resident director of Actors’ Playhouse, David Arisco can claim the one thing most denizens of the theater world only dream of: a steady gig. An opportunity that arose purely by chance has now stretched into a 27 year ...