Miami's Five Best Concerts This Week
Bring sunscreen, Mr. Crosby.
Photo by Django Crosby
Go on what David Crosby hopes will be "a little voyage where the words of the songs come out" at the Fillmore as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alumni embarks on his first solo acoustic tour in 30 years.
Sadly the original lineup responsible for the 2000 rock anthem "Hemorrhage (In My Hands)" is no more, but the voice you know and love will still be there at Culture Room this week. Lead singer Brett Scallions, Fuel's real O.G., is the last original member left, and he told us last week that Fuel will "play the songs you know" and "bring out the hits.”
Tycho. With Autograf. Presented by Poplife and AEG Live. Wednesday, June 10, 8 p.m. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami; 305-377-2277; grandcentralmiami.com. Tickets cost $25 plus fees via ticketmaster.com. All ages.
Awaken your senses with the ambient sounds of Ghostly International's Scott Hansen (AKA Tycho) at downtown's Grand Central.
He's the only rapper in the game who will devote entire verses to another man's impressive genitals. His performance at Culture Room will be a rap/comedy hybrid that will feature a Powerpoint presentation, and if that doesn't pique your interest, well, we can't help you.
If you only know Huey Lewis and the News from Christian Bale's demented American Psycho monologue, what a shame. The band that made some of the most gloriously '80s videos of all time will be in Hollywood on Friday and you should give these pop rockers a shot. Spandex is encouraged.