Miami Beach Musician Scores the Most-Played Video On... CNBC?
Normally, posts about locally based musicians gaining national prominence with music videos being played on cable channels go up over on our music blog, CrossFade. But usually, those videos are being played on BET or MTV, not CNBC. Such is the case with Miami Beach resident Bill Zucker, whose "The TARP Song" is apparently a big hit on the financial network. That's TARP, the Troubled Assets Relief Program, AKA "the bailout." Here's the video Zucker shot around Miami Beach. Believe me, it's a lot more entertaining than most things on CNBC.
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