CalahoneySlow Stride (True Records)calahoney.com Calahoney features top-notch bluesy vocals from frontwoman Laura, accompanied all the while by guitarist Josue, who may or may not be a pair of bohemians trapped in number - crunching nine - to - fives. The overall vibe is reminiscent of the '90s ... More >>
The DJ behind WDNA's Café Brasil.
The February 13 show at Respectable Street Café features two of the finest local acts to break out of Broward and Palm Beach counties: John Ralston and the Postmarks. Of the two, the Postmarks are perhaps the better known, garnering a degree of international critical acclaim by largely refusing to ... More >>
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For Sergio Mendes, "Nada" was just the start of it all.
In a world of fluffy crossover songbirds, Jane Monheit makes jazz sultry and just a little bit dangerous again
In Moro No Brasil, a Finnish director travels to Rio to uncover the roots of its rhythm
Tatoom ( Heads Up)
Elin knows a thing or two about the world
Timeless (Concord/Hear Music)
Grammy-nominated singer Luciana Souza proves you can go home again
Figments of My Imagination self-released
The Girl from Ipanema takes a walk down Miami Beach
Thanks to new local label Duque Productions, two of Miami's most talented musicians will finally be heard
Brazilian drummer Azael Rodrigues strays from the conventional with Bambam Z
Bebel Gilberto, Moreno Veloso, and Marcio Menescal charge up their musical heritage
Brazilian trumpeter Claudio Roditi plays it every which way
Heather Davis and Rose Max tend to Brazilian jazz
A modern adaptation of the Orpheus myth as shantytown tragedy
Woman on Top, from Brazil, suffers from terrible writing, marginal acting, lapses of logic, and smugness. Help!
The FIU 17th Miami Film Festival
Prison, exile, a Grammy -- it's all a day in the life of Brazilian singer Gilberto Gil
Cuban Roots Revisited
Cuban Roots; Faces
Holy Modal Rounders and Marcelo Zarvos
July 16 - 22, 1998
July 9 - 15, 1998
June 25 - July 1, 1998