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Best Place To Catch The Blues On Monday Nights

Tobacco Road

On most Monday nights after nine, you can slip into Tobacco Road's beery downstairs barroom and enjoy the public rehearsal of Iko-Iko, this town's most seasoned and reliable blues ensemble. The band, led by local heavyweight Graham Drout, is a five-man Cajun-inflected Miami sound machine with a busy national tour...
Best Of Winner

Best Place To Catch The Blues On Monday Nights

Tobacco Road

On most Monday nights after nine, you can slip into Tobacco Road's beery downstairs barroom and enjoy the public rehearsal of Iko-Iko, this town's most seasoned and reliable blues ensemble. The band, led by local heavyweight Graham Drout, is a five-man Cajun-inflected Miami sound machine with a busy national tour...
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Catch It Live!

13 years ago by John Anderson
When a musician cites influences as diverse as the poetry of William Blake, the country blues of Sleepy John Estes, and the field recordings of Alan Lomax all in the same breath, you know you're in for something interesting. With all that poetry and roots mixed with jazz, rock, and...
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Into the Night

18 years ago by Liz Martinez
Tonight (Thursday, February 6) South Beach's Bash (655 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 538-2274) hosts the launch party for Generation X, the new Saturday-night what's-hot-what's-not TV show (check your local listings for channel and time). The hourlong, bilingual program is filmed entirely in Miami and features spots on nightlife, fashion, music,...
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Into the Night

19 years ago by Liz Martinez
Cheers (2490 SW Seventeenth Ave., 857-0041), the lesbian club turned punk emporium and more, turns two this weekend with enough anniversary events to choke a pig. Tonight (Thursday) Cheers does what it does best -- put on a punk show. Beginning at 8:00 homegrown talents Level 9, Against All Authority,...
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