As the dolled-up, sweaty, rip-roaringly drunk revelers counted down the final seconds of 2011, you were standing by the punch bowl (actually, it was a mop bucket) full of vodka water, frantically scanning for your boo-boo, lest you and shawty miss out on that absolutely essential stroke-of-midnig ... More >>
Rachel Goodrich returns!Rachel Goodrich The Stage March 25, 2011 Better Than: Drinking Jim Beam and getting arrested for kicking and breaking a glass door. This reporter (and the rest of the world) loves you so much, Rachel Goodrich.
The artist, Robert Zimmerman, as a young man.Come October 6th, music snobs will face a conundrum of epic proportions: See the much-lauded LCD Soundsystem at the Fillmore, or see Bob Dylan, oft-panned of late for his incomprehensible vocals, at Nova Southeastern University. For many, this is a no- ... More >>
"Why is George Burgess still the county manager when he can't manage the budget worth a sh**?"
The band gets by with help from its friends at Bayfront Park.
Fiona Apple has an older sister, Maude Maggart. And she's kind of a big deal on the cabaret circuit. Drawing praise from most major media outlets such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR and Entertainment Weekly, Maggart has gained a following for her haunting and exquisite renditions an ... More >>
Three more recent Miami music releases.
Dylan goes electric in high-def at the MBC.
L.A. buzz band Midnight Movies stands out from the pack with its love of Sixties rock and spiritual affairs
Iraq and roll don't go together well when rockers protest
Rory Block has good reason to keep singing the blues
July 16 - 22, 1998
They induced the best national acts to play in a small barroom, and now they're shutting down. Blame the owners. Blame the Beach. Blame yourself.
Pettis brings his voice, guitar, harmonica, and a big paradox