Draco Rosa's Vida Tour Fillmore Miami Beach Saturday, October 26, 2013 Over the weekend, Draco Rosa, the multiple Grammy- and Latin Grammy-winning artist, composer, producer, entrepreneur, and cancer survivor arrived at the Fillmore Miami Beach. He had come to celebrate Vida, his latest (and firs ... More >>
Draco Rosa was sitting in a cafe a few blocks down the road from his LA studio, Phantom Vox. "I'm sorry I'm being so rude, but I'm eating this delicious gluten-free cookie. It's so good. I wish I could give you half," the ex-Menudo heartthrob laughed. Having been in the music biz for over 20 year ... More >>
The rain lately has really put a damper on the usual Miami life. The morning monsoons and rush-hour flooding is truly too much to deal with. Last night, we drove downtown and strongly considered turning the car around to go back home and pick up the ol' kayak. What gives? Luckily, Miami always ha ... More >>
Luis Miguel is considered by many to be the handsomest man in Latin music. Nay, the handsomest man in the world! Any dude who can count among his past conquests Myrka Dellanos, Araceli Arambula, Gabriela Sabatini, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, Brigitte Nielsen (way back in her hot days), Daisy ... More >>
Join Juanes for the Hot and Sexy season.You were probably under the impression that our calendar was divided into only four seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. Wrong ... You forgot the Hot and Sexy season. It's that time of the year when the sun reaches peak intensity and people start to ... More >>
You don't need a half-wit music critic to tell you it's been a remarkable year for America, one historians will be discussing and researching for centuries to come. War, financial collapse, politics, technology: All have been dinner-table topics for many Americans. Racial barriers in 2008 were demo ... More >>
Daniel René, local boy and former member of Menudo, grows into adult success.
Marlon Fernandez is building a fervent cult on South Beach, but he really wants to be a salsa king
Back in Los Angeles after an uneven Miami performance, the folks behind the Latin Grammys still have issues
Brazilian puppets billow big
The Girl from Ipanema takes a walk down Miami Beach
When a little girl named Nicole takes on Cristian Castro, all bets are off
Circo takes a stab at pop monuments -- and scores pop success
Young singers of the latest Latin music dynasties
Nicole Henry may sing sad songs, but she sees happy days just across the way
Two Last Shoes
Peru's biggest pop star is the latest cog in Miami's sound machine
Ladies and gentlemen, cover your pools
Angel Mora's obsession; Luis Miguel's photo jones
Cuba's musicians are anxious to cash in on the overseas market. But in the process they could sell out their sound.
The return of the classical Latin trio
Is the Latin world ready for Só Pra Contrariar?
The biggest surprise at Havana's Cubadisco '98: A burgeoning retinue of Americans hoping to cash in
After less than three years, WIOD-AM and Miami have had their Phil