Feast for the Ears

Langerado stacks a full plate of excellent music

The dish:Keller Williams

The ingredients: Loopy, one-man, Colorado-mountain-man band.

How live? Soulive!
How live? Soulive!
Spanish for bulletproof, Antibalas presents a middle finger to prima pasta.
Spanish for bulletproof, Antibalas presents a middle finger to prima pasta.


Advance tickets cost $45 per day or $75 for both days. The price at the gate goes up to $50 per day or $95, respectively. Call 954-389-2000, or visit www.langerado.com.
11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, March 12 and 13, at Markham Park, 16001 W. State Rd. 84, Sunrise.

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The flavor: A staple on the festival circuit and jam scene, Williams loops his own guitar, beatbox, and didgeridoos to a rabid following of some of the headiest dreadies around. The music might be flighty, but Williams is a terrific songwriter, a multi-instrumentalist, and a truly engaging performer. Case in point: his solo version of "Don't Stop til You Get Enough."

Noodle Factor: If Williams had a penne for each of his Grateful Dead covers, he'd be knee-deep in semolina.

The dish:Mofro

The ingredients:Florida's own front-porch soul outfit

The flavor:Steeped in saltwater, sunshine, and whiskey, lead Mofro men JJ Grey (vocals, harmonica) and Daryl Hance (slide guitar, lap steel) churn out Jacksonville-style backwater blues with straightforward honesty and lots of heart.

Noodle factor:There ain't no noodles in the swamp, son!

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