Jenny Lewis certainly knows a little something about the art of performance. A former child actress born to show business parents, she's been in the spotlight since she was a toddler, first as a child actor and later at the helm of indie-pop sensations Rilo Kiley with then-boyfriend Blake Sennett. ... More >>
The duo comes to town on the Honda Civic Tour September 4.
MadMartiganCall of the Wild (Self-released)www.iammadmartigan.com Pennies on the eyes of the dead and full-fledged rock and roll for we the living. As I've pointed out on numerous occasions, MadMartigan's one of those outfits that have toiled in the South Florida music scene without committing stud ... More >>
And the notoriously reticent man grants a rare interview.
From driving a biodiesel-powered bus to hangin' with the likes of Snoop Dogg and Ryan Adams, pretty much everything Country Music Hall of Famer Willie Nelson does is pure, inarguable badass. The OG of the outlaw country movement in the 1970s also continues to add to his considerable songbook, releas ... More >>
After much Internet gossip and rumor-mongering, the folks behind Langerado announced they would release the first phase of the festival's 2009 lineup yesterday morning. That didn't happen, with a delay as organizers "finalized last-minute details." Still, this morning they've come forward with a few ... More >>
See him Tuesday at Radioactive Records in Fort Lauderdale.
Marvin Gaye's divorce album tops this week's pop-culture picks.
It's all in the stars.
Live at the Avalon Ballroom 1969 (Amoeba Records)
Sea Stories (Zoe)
Easy Tiger (Lost Highway)
Ex-punk New York troubadour Jesse Malin brings his latest offering of uplifting, rootsy rock to Miami
Songbird (Lost Highway)
Elizabethtown is a mess, not that its director should care
Cold Roses (Lost Highway)
Wilco makes alt-country go pop and lives to tell the tale
Jesse Sykes finds peace in The Sweet Hereafter
Nearly a year after their debut, The Stills are still figuring out the rock and roll thing
Slap-Me-in-the-Face New Music
After September 11, some new songs just don't sound the same