Music: Wyclef Jean at The Chapman Theatre


On September 28th a small audience gathered at Miami Dade College’s Chapman Theatre for Wyclef Jean’s interview presented by Books and Books, they … [Read more...]

Music: Will Call


Miami Has a New Live Music Venue That Rocks....and it’s Not Just a Place for Music. Downtown’s newest neighborhood destination, directly under the … [Read more...]

Music: School of Rock Turns it Up a Notch


Miami’s Own Cleaveland Jones Takes Over the America’s Loudest Institution Anybody who’s seen Richard Linklater’s School of Rock is awesomely familiar … [Read more...]

Music: Ketchy Shuby

photo by Vala Kodish

What does a predominantly Latino member band (plus one Southern boy), all under the age of 30, know about the depths of soul music? Next Thursday, … [Read more...]

Music: Brendan O’Hara: Embrace Chaos


Local singer/songwriter/lounge crooner extraordinaire, Brendan O’Hara’s new CD, Embrace Chaos twelve songs, literally out of over 100 written and 50 … [Read more...]

Music: The Stage Miami


Nearly 4 years ago, Carlos Garcia and business partner Sasha Torres had a vision to create a live music venue in Miami that would mirror a typical New … [Read more...]

Music: Dark Rift

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Rift-(noun) a crack, split or break in something.  The name of the band is Dark Rift.  Perhaps the name was born out of the fact that this duo are the … [Read more...]

Music: STOKESWOOD: The Boys of the Band


Saturday, June 2nd, was a hot, steamy night at The Stage in Miami’s Design District. The swarm of young women began to arrive to stake out their real … [Read more...]

Music: A Passionate and Satisfying Encounter: St Vincent


Spin Magazine gave Annie Clark, of St. Vincent, the merit of number ninety-three on the list of 100 of the best guitar players, ever. Ever? This … [Read more...]