So the Super Bowl turned 47. And as we all know, the Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers in a surprisingly hectic second-half, Beyonce reunited with her Destiny's Child homies, and the game stopped for a full 34 minutes when half of the stadium's the power mysteriously went out.
But that' ... More >>
All of Tampa is preparing for the Republican National Convention in late August, but no industry seems as excited for the conservative conference as the Tampa Bay area's strip clubs. Several titty bars are undergoing renovations and trying to outdo themselves to lure GOP fat cats' fat wallets, but o ... More >>
We're all sexual beings. But we're not always lucky enough to have another sexual being with us when the moment strikes. Thankfully, we're handily equipped to take care of business.
Everybody faps. And if someone says they don't diddle themselves at night, they're liars. It's part of the human cond ... More >>
Is that the sound of a 68-year-old screaming to the tune of the CSI: Miami theme song?
Well, yeah. And you know what that means ... Legendary rock 'n' roll band The Who has just announced another arena road trip -- The Quadrophenia and Classics tour -- a two-leg, 36-show jag across North America, w ... More >>
When we last saw him, Steven Tyler had turned into a 63-year-old grandma who'd gotten lost on a sandbar.
Well, the Aerosmith frontman is back in the tabloid blogosphere for his bod. Only this time it's got nothing to do with his grams gams.
No, Steven Tyler has completely fucking twisted toes. And ... More >>
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 >>
Ever since the dawn of digitization, the internet-surfing public has had every bit of media at its fingertips. And once Napster took the music world by storm, there has been a constantly raging debate about how to restructure the industry around digital music downloads.
Some artists have simply acc ... More >>
Steven Tyler and Britney Spears ... That totally sucked.We know you're gearing up for the big game this Sunday. Maybe you're actually washing your Ben Rapistburger jersey for the first time all season, or polishing your cherished wedge of cheesehead.
Whatever you're doing, you're getting pumped ... More >>
John "Don't Call Me Johnny" MellencampMusic vet and New Times scribe Lee Zimmerman shares stories of memorable rock 'n' roll encounters that took place in our local environs. This week, quick snapshots in a book of memories.Sometimes even the briefest encounters can leave the most lingering impre ... More >>
Now this isn't sensationalist at all. No, the Brevard-based sexual predator watchdog group "Protect Our Children" is being entirely reasonable. If you disagree, you're most likely a pedophile -- or Roger Daltrey.The Who's Pete Townshend is coming to South Florida to perform at the Super Bowl. In ... More >>
,The Who, who we're told used to be a relevant rock band but is now mostly known as the CSI theme song band, will be playing the Super Bowl halftime show. That keeps with the NFL's recent history of letting boring ol' white guy bands your dad likes play the big halftime, but a South Florida grou ... More >>
via ticketmaster.comRoger DaltreyHard Rock Live, HollywoodSunday, November 29, 2009The Review:First the good news. Take half of the Who, after being ravaged by the demise of its mighty rhythm section, Keith Moon and John Entwitsle. Then divide the remaining Who two in half, leaving only singer Roger ... More >>
For the first time in almost 25 years, Roger Daltrey is breaking away from The Who to tour on his lonesome. In a genius admission of "This is only a warm up for bigger things", Daltrey is calling it the "Use It or Lose It Tour" suggesting his voice will disappear while he waits for The Who to put ... More >>
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The Beatles' Let It Be was a sign of the timesNotes from the Soundboard is a new column appearing every Wednesday on Crossfade, focused on pop music's history and ongoing evolution. Lee Zimmerman shares insights
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