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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