MC Yogi grew up in the rough world full of drugs, gangs, pimps and hoes in the Bay Area.
At around 18 years old, he discovered yoga, and later applied his new philosophy on life to making hip hop.
Today, he's independently sold over 100,000 albums. And this weekend, he performs at the Virginia Key ... More >>
As that big, burning ball in the sky (you know, the sun, man) completes its crazy circular trip throughout the zodiac along the eliptic (that's, like, a "year" in square speak), we here at Crossfade are prepping Major Mushroom's Interstellar Psychedelic Love Bus (our hand-painted 1966 Volkswagen ... More >>
No, the Jer Bear won't be there.When rock 'n' roll legend Jerry Garcia died in 1995, he left behind a biblical constellation of musical offspring. Of course, he's best known as frontman of the Grateful Dead, a position he held for the band's entire 30-year existence, starting in 1965.
And right ... More >>
A couple of months ago, Sweat Records booked L.A. punk rock duo No Age. I knew they're vegan, so I made sure we were stocked with an array of sumptuous goodies to feed them. After their insanely high-energy show, the fact that they could replenish with local songstress Raffa's vegan chili nearly ... More >>
Jam Cruise is for the children tooBringing new relevance to the term "high seas," the ninth installment of Jam Cruise, the floating music festival, will kick off January 4, 2011 from Fort Lauderdale.Among the many acts promoting a positive groove for the five-day drift aboard the MSC Poesa to Roa ... More >>
via furthur.netFurthur Bayfront Park Amphitheater, MiamiFriday, February 5, 2010Better Than: [Insert clever Grateful Dead song title] cover bandThe Review:With weather on my mind and 50 miles of Super Bowl-enhanced traffic in front of me, I departed home this past Friday with anticipation of what ... More >>
While most of the city was freaking out over the Super Bowl, some other legends were in town on Friday night: Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, formerly of the Grateful Dead. In a pretty unusual booking for downtown Miami, the two touched down at the recently revamped Bayfront Park Amphitheater to kick off a ... More >>
via Flickr User Between a RockIt's certainly no secret that jam bands are in love with visiting South Florida. In fact, it seems like every band with a nouveau-hippie following makes it down here at least once a year, so it's rarely big news. This announcement though, it'll make some fans go weak ... More >>