Listen up, beat freaks. You don't have to wait till Friday to get your party on.
Nope. That's for our friends up north, who wish they lived in a city where the champagne is always flowing, the hard hitters come to party, and the uhntz-uhntz never stops.
We're in Miami, bitch. Now here are the six ... More >>
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 >>
See Crossfade's pre-concert interview with Ziggy about the Marley clan, taxes, and country music.
Fillmore Miami Beach
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Never under any circumstances leave a car door unlocked on South Beach while grabbing a slice of pizza with your girlfriend after an awesome c ... More >>
The cool sea breeze whipped through the North Beach Bandshell on Saturday night as Afro-Latin rhythms bounced off the circular wall of the oceanside, outdoor venue.
Colombia's Quantic Sound System and NYC's Pedrito Martinez Group rang in the Heineken Transatlantic Festival's 10th anniversary with c ... More >>
Photo by Alex RodriguezPearl circa 2011.The iconic South Beach hot spot, Pearl Restaurant & Champagne Lounge, is making its official comeback December 10 -- six years after closing to the public.From 1999 to 2005, Pearl (second floor of Nikki Beach) was a favorite among A-List celebrities bac ... More >>
Photo by Sayre BermanSting
Back to Bass Tour
Fillmore Miami Beach
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Better Than: Getting stung.
He faked out the audience three times, once for every decade of his career. And all three times, the crowd's heavy applause pulled him back onto the stage for an encore.
S ... 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 >>
Stare into Sting's steely blues.9:59 a.m. We're wrapped in a towel, hair dripping, hands dry. Instead of performing the usual Monday morning ritual of frantically dressing and shoveling cereal down our throat, we're crouched in front of our laptop, preparing to blow our wad.
Sting's steely blue ... More >>
Hey Roxanne, you're not gonna believe it!
Our favorite 60-year-old pop star, Sting, has just announced that he'll be extending his one-night stand at the Fillmore Miami Beach "due to overwhelming demand."
Last week, we reported on the Stingman's Back to Bass tour, squawking about spending a few ... More >>
Hey Roxanne, wanna spend a few hours with Sting, getting stripped down and raw?
And no, unfortunately, we're not talking about running a bath, lighting a circle of fertility candles, and prepping for a private exhibition of the former Police frontman's mastery of tantric pleasure principles.
We ... More >>
Miami loves Victor
Calderone, his big-room tribal house beats and energetic pop diva
remixes for the likes of Madonna, Beyonce, and Whitney Houston are
exactly the sort of thing that gets Miami's mainstream nightlife set off
at the club. The Brooklyn-based DJ/producer had an auspicious career ... More >>
Of the 17 acts set to perform during the fifth
running of Jazz in the Gardens at Sun Life Stadium, only about half are
jazz artists by the genre's strictest definition. When it comes to
headliners Mary J. Blige (featured in the jam "Be Without You" above that you should ride into the weekend), J ... More >>