It's never easy letting go of the beloved weekend, but sometimes there's nothing else to do but face the music. And by facing the music, we mean watching talented artists from international musicians to rock legends to indie folk bands, put on a show for us beautiful people. Just check out the fiv ... More >>
Miami, we may not agree on a lot. But one thing we can all concur that the 305 is the place to be when autumn rolls 'round. It's the perfect (and only) time of year to sit under a tree and sip on a Shipyard Pumpkinhead, stay out partying all night without having to worry about sweat stains, and see ... More >>
Locally born and bred songstress Karina Iglesias has got more soul than a sock with a hole -- one listen to her music gives that away. Songs from the singer-songwriter's repertoire traverse R&B, funk, and beyond, while remaining smooth but down to earth. Her sultry, throaty vocal style easily na ... More >>
I must be getting older faster than I thought. Not only did I start to re-blog something that was already blogged about a formerly almost - made - it - but - not - quite - '90s - era Miami singer-songwriter, but I am actually really excited about John Legend and India Arie coming next month. I ... More >>
New Times recently caught up with John Legend in between all kinds of action. After his high-profile appearances at the inaugural festivities, February will find the five-time Grammy winner playing Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, the NBA All-Star Game, and the Dubai International Jazz Festival. Oh, ye ... More >>
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