PAUL CATALA

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  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    Getting a record label established, up and running, and respected is often a long, arduous process involving a lot of hours, capital, exposure, and perseverance. But Andy Clavijo, guitarist for the Miami reggae-rock fusion band Jacuzzi Fuzz, has p...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    They're a group of young men not far from boyhood, but don't lump this Orlando-based quintet in with the Backstreet Boys, 'N Sync, or any other processed cheese band to pop up from the world of Disney. Between the Trees, considered an indie band w...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    Since its resurrection four years ago, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami's jazz series has attracted some of South Florida's most renowned jazz artists. Somewhat breaking the mold, the church has invited Miami-based singer Wendy Ped...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    Variations on jazz come particularly from the Caribbean and most notably Cuba. Miami-based duo Pan con Bistec melds Latin jazz with original arrangements influenced by the rhythms and musical stylings from North, Central, and South America and the...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    Although most saxophonists could be called one-dimensional — their playing being that single dimension — saxophonist Ed Calle is a polyphonic layer of talent. Not only does Calle have masterful control over the saxophone, but also he's a...

  • 9 years ago

    Until Northerners rode the railroads into South Florida in the 1920s and 1930s, and Hispanics followed them to the area in the 1950s, Miami was a small fishing town with a distinctly Southern sound. Since 1992, amid the salsa, soca, and swing of u...