Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson
Fillmore Miami Beach
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Better Than: Jethro Tull? Hmm ... There's reason to consider.
Ian Anderson's decision to revisit Jethro Tull's most elaborate opus (and no, we're not talking Aqualung) certainly took some fans by surprise, if for no ... More >>
In the heady early '70s, it was common for new fans to mistakenly believe that Jethro Tull, the band, was named after the flautist who balanced precipitously on one leg.
But the real Jethro Tull was an 18th-century English agricultural engineer and inventor while the wild-eyed, flute-wielding prog ... More >>
President Obama didn't mention Band of Horses when he was asked about the music on his iPod during an interview with Rolling Stone's Jann Wenner, but British Prime Minister David Cameron did.
In a chat with the Daily Telegraph, Cameron admitted that Band of Horses and Lana Del Rey are among his fa ... More >>
The geographical disadvantage that has historically plagued Miami's live music scene is seemingly dissipating.
Touring indie acts are traveling further south than ever before, logging the extra 250 miles from Orlando or Tampa to play shows in Miami-Dade.
While venues like Bardot and Grand Central ... More >>
If you get hungry driving on Tamiami Trail on the way to Naples, you have few options. You could break out the water and trail mix you hopefully brought from home; you could stop at a roadside bathroom and drink some water, or you could stop halfway for a few beers and some lunch at Joanie's B ... More >>
CC by 2.0, via lanchutt on FlickrSwoon over Adam Levine? Act fast and do it for no fee. One of the worst thing about being a devoted live music fan is the sticker shock that comes when a ticket's final price is totaled up. A ticket that's about $20 can end up as much as $40 sometimes when you lum ... More >>