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    Last Night: Tom Waits at The Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts

    Tom Waits performs before a sold-out crowd at the Times-Union Center in Jacksonville, Fla. Tom Waits July 1, 2008 The Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, Jacksonville Better than: Having a hobo in your home for supper - and having him sin...

    @ County Grind by John Hood on July 3, 2008 @ 1:46 pm
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    Jamie Lidell at Heathrow Lounge July 18

    @ County Grind by Jose D. Duran on July 3, 2008 @ 9:45 am
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    Gameboy/Gamegirl: A Hipster Mockery?

    Here was what I can't figure out about Australian quartet Gameboy/Gamegirl, are they embracing hipster culture or are they making an absolute mockery of it? With lyrics like "Vodka and cranberry/Shake it like it's February/Gin and tonic/The shit is i...

    @ County Grind by Jose D. Duran on July 3, 2008 @ 9:40 am
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    Gym Class Heroes Frontman Travis McCoy Fights a Racist Fan

    (Travis McCoy, from mtv.com) Yesterday's Warped Tour stop at Maryland Heights' Verizon Wireless Amphitheater wasn't all sunburns, music and fun for one of the bands. Gym Class Heroes front man Travis McCoy was arrested after tussling with a fan wh...

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on July 2, 2008 @ 6:53 pm
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    Miami's Electric Bunnies Offer More Garage Punk Madness

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on July 2, 2008 @ 12:37 pm
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    Fourth of Jose with Jose El Rey at the Vagabond

    If you haven't seen local artist Jose El Rey perform live yet, you are missing one of the best spectacles out there. He easily won my heart over when I saw him perform at White Room earlier this year. And when he gave his cousin (niece?) Yarisleydi t...

    @ County Grind by Jose D. Duran on July 2, 2008 @ 10:28 am
  • Broward Caribbean Carnival Outshines Miami

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    Broward Caribbean Carnival Outshines Miami

    This past Sunday, Broward County's West Indian community was alive with music and culture as the sixth-annual Broward Caribbean Carnival rocked Lauderhill in grand fashion. According to early figures, it may have also surpassed the 24th-annual Miami...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on October 16, 2008
  • South Florida rappers find success at local strip clubs

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    South Florida rappers find success at local strip clubs

    "Drive Me Crazy" by Don Yute featuring Amerika Six cops sit in patrol cars outside Diamonds Cabaret, a swank-meets-hood black strip club on the western, industrial edge of North Miami Beach. It's just before midnight, and three security guards...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on October 16, 2008
  • Dolly Parton

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    Dolly Parton

    There's no need to go into detail about Dolly Parton's four-decades-old career, the 26 number-one singles, the 42 Top Ten country albums, the Golden Globe nominations she received for The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and 9 to 5, or the Oscar she ...

    by John Hood on October 16, 2008
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    All Time Low

    Ignore the name. All Time Low has nothing to complain about. Two years removed from high school, this Baltimore pop-punk quartet is riding an all-time high. On the heels of 2007's 100,000-plus selling So Wrong, It's Right and consecutive fan-favorit...

    by Bryan Falla on October 16, 2008
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    Alkaline Trio

    Not really a threesome (tour manager Nolan McGuire often plays guitar for live shows), Chicago's Alkaline Trio is still one of the best purveyors of catchy and thoughtful punk/hardcore at a time when fashion sense and well-applied eyeliner have sadl...

    by Darryl Smyers on October 16, 2008
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    Miguel Migs

    Miguel Migs knows his history. His soulful, song-oriented deep house draws heavily on the style's disco roots, tinting it with soul, funk, hip-hop, and reggae influences. In the studio, Migs employs live musicians and soulful vocalists, skillfully b...

    by Cory Casciato on October 16, 2008
  • Swedish metal act Opeth storms Revolution on Monday

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    Swedish metal act Opeth storms Revolution on Monday

    By the ripe old age of 7, Opeth leader Mikael kerfeldt already considered himself a metalhead. So his disappointment when his grandmother gave him a classical guitar as a gift that year seems only natural. Like many an aspiring headbanger, kerfeld...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on October 16, 2008
  • A Not-So-Bitter Pill - Alanis Morissette is still grateful for her now-legendary first album

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    A Not-So-Bitter Pill - Alanis Morissette is still grateful for her now-legendary first album

    It's easy to say that Alanis Morissette wouldn't be where she is today without the success that was Jagged Little Pill. After all, it remains one of the best-selling albums in world history, with more than 30 million units sold. Those kinds of numbe...

    by Cole Haddon on October 16, 2008
  • Blind Before He Stops - Household-name status and huge sales haven't satisfied Meat Loaf's appetite for work

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    Blind Before He Stops - Household-name status and huge sales haven't satisfied Meat Loaf's appetite for work

    Bat out of Hell 3, Meat Loaf's latest album, is already old news, insists the legendary rocker, AKA Michael Lee Aday. Though he recently toured to promote it, his current show doesn't focus on that material any longer. He's already working on a new a...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on October 16, 2008
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    Subterranean Finds - Digging below the surface to discover some exceptional new sounds

    The Floating Men Pleasurado! floatingmen.com Formed in Nashville in the early '90s, the Floating Men were quickly classified as Americana due as much to their hometown as anything. Having maintained a strict indie ethic over the past 15 yea...

    by Lee Zimmerman on October 16, 2008
  • Dub Colossus

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    Dub Colossus

    Music lovers who enjoy sounds of the African continent often hit a wall when trying to delve accurately into Ethiopian compositions. Much of it dates back to Abyssinian tribal music from the early part of the 20th Century that, when fused with Ameri...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on October 16, 2008
  • TV on the Radio

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    TV on the Radio

    Although the Radio crew's talent is well-established, the band's music has always raised user-friendliness questions: Sure, 2006's Return to Cookie Mountain was excellent, but did anyone other than rock critics listen to it? Dear Science tackles thi...

    by Michael Roberts on October 16, 2008
  • Beto Villares

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    Beto Villares

    After years of working behind the scenes as a composer and producer with many of Brazil's new names in the pop scene (Zlia Duncan, CU, and Pato Fu among them), So Paulo-based Beto Villares emerges with his first solo project, a sonic summary of t...

    by Ernest Barteldes on October 16, 2008
  • Charlie Pickett

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    Charlie Pickett

    Both as a music addict and "critic," I hear lots of music that slips into cult status and/or obscurity while less talented musicians reap the big rewards. Take South Floridian Charlie Pickett. Throughout the1980s, he was a road warrior of roots rock...

    by Mark Keresman on October 16, 2008
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