Face it ... We're a society obsessed with celebrity wealth.
Whether it's the 20 Richest Rappers, Ten Richest DJs, Eight Richest Musicians in their Teens and 20s, or the Five Richest Celebs in the Music Business, you can count on Crossfade to narrow down the ridiculously long, arbitrary lists publi ... More >>
The Miami Beach Senior High Rock Ensemble is a storied local institution.
Founded in September 1972, this program has allowed student musicians to travel the country and the world, playing as far away as Chicago and New York, as well as Japan in 2001. The ensemble has won award after award, even r ... More >>
The results are in; Tiësto is the Led Zeppelin of electronic dance music. According to EDM fans, that is.
An overwhelming majority of beat freaks responded to yesterday's poll, over 68 percent of whom sided with The Joint Hard Rock's William Conn and agreed that the Dutch DJ is to EDM what Rob ... More >>
Bold beats and even bolder statements -- that's the product of Tiësto's new web series, In the Booth.
From his arena shows to outdoor festivals, college tour and beyond, the online, HP-backed and Intel-sponsored reality mini-series is yet another example of how EDM has gone mainstream.
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We don't wanna be Robert Plant's groupie.TMZ has got us playing a lil' game called, Who'd You Rather?
Of course, the implied last half of that question is: "...do it with?" And by it, we mean da nasty.
Yesterday, the gossip site asked us if we'd rather rub private parts with Led Zep shrieker ... More >>
There are some artists who can't escape their past, no matter how hard they try.
Paul Simon is inextricably linked to Simon & Garfunkle. Robert Plant will always be the tousle-haired, bare-chested vocalist of Led Zeppelin. John Fogerty will never fully put Credence Clearwater Revival behind ... More >>
What exactly was grunge? We know the early-'90s trend was some kind of rock 'n' roll. But were its adherents just the latest batch of unwashed punks or hippies? They kind of looked like both. And the music kind of sounded like both too.Grunge -- both the dirge-y guitar tunes and the flannel-clad sla ... More >>
Catch chef Brian Aaron on Food Network tonight.Two bits of food truck news for you, courtesy of the food truck grapevine.Chef Brian Aaron of Aaron's Catering Express teamed up with fellow Miami chef, Andres Barrientos, to film an episode of Food Network's 24 Hour Restaurant Bat ... More >>
Go live like a freaking rock star for a night.
Yank the slots. Stuff your face full of fried buffet food, Wetzel's Pretzels, and Ben & Jerry's ice cream. Drink strawberry daiquiris till you turn cross-eyed. Pass out in a changing room at the Havana Shirt Store.
But that's not even the end o ... More >>
via facebook.com/weenWeen! Ditch the monkey suit and dress like a rabbit on acid.You will spend almost every day of your life in a monkey suit, tracking the mysterious movements of the market, haunting the office, and hoarding overtime hours. But for the weekend of Thursday, April 14 through Satu ... More >>
Every dad hides out at the Hotel California.We all have dads. Some of us don't know our daddies, but it's the undeniable truth that we all have fathers, and almost all of them listen to some type of dad-rock band.
When you type "dad rock" into Wikipedia, you will be redirected to the "classic ... More >>
Famous Arkansas groupie Sweet Connie Hamzy.The Grand Funk Railroad song "We're an American Band" opens with the lines: "Out on the road for forty days/Last night in Little Rock, put me in a haze/Sweet, sweet Connie was doin' her act/She had the whole show and that's a natural fact."
A still-acti ... More >>
Photo by Jose FloresJuliette Lewis at Bardot.Juliette LewisThursday, August 26, 2010Bardot, MiamiBetter than: That band called Guns 'N' Roses.As Juliette Lewis was about to take the floor at Bardot, the Village People's "YMCA" was blasting through the packed bar's speakers. I don't know if people ... More >>
photo by Gregg DelmanRobert Plant and the Band of JoyBayfront Park Amphitheater, MiamiSaturday, July 31, 2010Robert Plant is born again. Well, okay, perhaps not in the religious sense.... Although in Saturday night's spectacular showing, he and his magnificent Band of Joy did a fair amount of testif ... More >>
photo by Gregg DelmanIn this week's print edition of the Miami New Times, we featured a Q&A with the legendary Robert Plant, who performs with his Band of Joy this Friday, July 30 at Bayfront Park Amphitheater. Still, as print is stuck being print, there was more Q&A that didn't fit. Here ... More >>
photo by Ryan RussellScore cheapo tickets to see Paramore headline the Honda Civic Tour in Miami. Here's some more Live Nation ticketing news. As we told you at the beginning of the month, the concert promotion juggernaut has, in June, been offering no-service-fee tickets for all of its amphithe ... 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 >>
RotagillaSeason For Leavin' (self-released)You'd think it was 1970 again, for Chrissakes, what with the way the guys of Rotagilla let out their inner Led Zep. Granted, there's no hint of a Robert Plant or Jimmy Page lurking among this lot. However, in recycling the old school power trio format and l ... More >>
via www.darwilliams.comDar Williams isn't exactly a household name ... yet. All that might be about to change, as she's recently tapped Grammy nominated producer Brad Wood (think Liz Phair, Pete Yorn, and Ben Lee) and Greg Leisz (who's played with Wilco and Robert Plant) to help write her latest alb ... More >>