Photo by Ian WitlenTrue Grit: Dashboard Confessional's Chris CarrabbaBoca Raton native Chris Carrabba and his band, Dashboard Confessional, gave back to the community with two passionate concerts on Friday at Lynn University. Proceeds from the shows will benefit a memorial scholarship fund honori ... More >>
Propaganda in Lake Worth celebrated its first year on the planet Saturday night, and one of the night's performers, Fort Lauderdale's Sweet Bronco, decided to personalize the night with a tribute to another local institution, John Ralston. "The Only Evidence," posted on Sweet Bronco's MySpace page, ... More >>
Photo by Ian WitlenSurfer BloodClick here to view photo from this show.Surfer Blood, Invisible Music (John Ralston), Sweet Bronco, Kill Now?! Propaganda, Lake WorthMonday, January 18, 2010 Better Than: Pat Robertson The Review:Beauty often emerges from tragedy, and last night's Benef ... More >>
As more and more details come out about the widespread devastation and the desperate conditions in Haiti following the earthquake, local venues, promoters, and bands have been teaming up to answer the call for help. One of the quickest to respond in this way is Propaganda's Steve Rullman, who put ... More >>
Friday, November 20*Everyone raised here likes 2 Live Crew, pretty much. So everyone we've mentioned this party to is excited about the fact that the group is playing for just $10 tonight at White Room in Miami. Click here for full details. *Tonight is day one of the 97th birthday ... More >>
As usual, there's plenty of music to hear in Broward and Palm Beach this weekend. If you're in the mood for some indie rock AND comedy, you should head out to Propaganda to hear John Ralston, Sweet Bronco, and the Beards of Comedy. If you want your comedy more hard-edged, head out to see Doug Sta ... More >>
The February 13 show at Respectable Street Café features two of the finest local acts to break out of Broward and Palm Beach counties: John Ralston and the Postmarks. Of the two, the Postmarks are perhaps the better known, garnering a degree of international critical acclaim by largely refusing to ... More >>
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Suicide Blonde picks 'em.
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Interview: John Ralston Born and bred in Lake Worth, John Ralston first hit the national music scene as the leader of Legends of Rodeo, a quartet that tended towards a sort of whiskey-soaked, on-the-road wistfulness. After recording for both Vagrant and MCA, the band, as all bands do, started to im ... More >>