Upon first impression, Dion Kerr may be described, simply enough, as a chill dude. But his relaxed demeanor prevails in spite of an incredible workload. The 25-year-old, Delray Beach-born fixture of Miami nightlife plays concerts and records music at an astonishingly prolific rate. Month to month ... More >>
Martin Luther King Jr. loved South Florida. He visited the region many times throughout his career. He was a contemporary of some of Miami's most upstanding citizens, like Father Theodore Gibson of Overtown, as well as some of our most venerable party starters, like WMBM disc jockey Milton "Butterba ... More >>
Photo courtesy of Magnolia PicturesMarie Knight in Rejoice and Shout. The Swan Silvertones first performed "Only Believe" about seventy years ago, singing, "All things are possible, if you only believe." And so many years later, the haunting tune still moves Don McGlynn. It is one of the documentari ... More >>
From left to right: Myles, Sander, and Fernando.The Axe and the Oak is rapidly becoming a musical entitiy of interest in South Florida with its excellent blend of American roots music, danceable gothic rockabilly, and indie rock knowhow. And after checking out the band's latest offering, th ... More >>
Yes, WTF indeed.In the great words of ... Wait, who said that, dude? Who said that stuff about the weed? And the music? And how they go together? and how one makes the other better? But they're both still awesome by themselves? That together they're like a ... What's that word for super amazing? ... More >>
You may not be familiar with Little Feat, but you sure as hell should. They've been around for 40 years, during which time they've worked and shared the stage with some of music's true legends, artists running the gamut from Jimmy Buffet to Bela Fleck, Dave Matthews to Vince Gill, Brooks and Dunn an ... More >>
Roll to Afro-Cuban rhythm during this summer concert series.
A breakout of brand-new exhibits takes over downtown
My Flame Burns Blue (Deutsche Grammophon)
Who knew you knew Tom Dowd, or at least heard him
Jazz pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba takes Cuban music deep
Weekend Jazz Saturday with Tracy Fields
You know things have changed in Miami Beach when a developer looks like a good bet for city commission
Cujo Serves Up Drum and Bass With Jazz Flavor
"In the House of Swing"
Making the machines come alive
Jazz with Your Java
Jazz and blues do the horizontal bop as William Evans looks forward and back
Ramsey Lewis still mines the pop world for hidden jazz grooves
Richie Gerber showcases health food and jazz jams
Just how popular is Juan Luis Guerra? If you have to ask, you haven't been listening.