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    Toscas Performed Tonight at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts

    Three weeks ago, I spoke on the phone with the two women who will be starring in Florida Grand Opera's upcoming production of Tosca, Giacomo Puccini's great opera about a brave, doomed painter, a jealous, doomed singer, and a very-mean (and very-d...

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on March 1, 2008 @ 3:41 pm
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    Gipsy Kings Tonight at Mizner Park

    The Gipsy Kings didn't set out to redefine world music. They didn't intend to scandalize the world of traditional Flamenco music through their inclusion of pop instrumentation and rock song structures. They just wanted to make pretty girls dance, a...

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on March 1, 2008 @ 1:17 pm
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    Summer Slowdown

    Let me know when the funeral is being held, because Fort Lauderdale's music and party scene is just about dead. Local audiophiles might as well start dressing in all-black to observe the mourning. Although the Riverfront area in Fort Lauderdale was ...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on June 12, 2008
  • The Cure

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    The Cure

    Much like a lover who keeps threatening to pack up and leave but never pulls the trigger, the Cure's Robert Smith has suggested that the band's albums/tours would be its last so many times that fans have little reason to even bat an eyelash anymore....

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on June 12, 2008
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    Gogol Bordello

    There's a line in Gogol Bordello's 2002 song "Let's Get Radical" that goes something like: "You know mother, some things are actually sacred, and tapping your foot to the ceremony just won't do." The song has one of the New York group's more abrasiv...

    by Jason Ferguson on June 12, 2008
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    Melissa Etheridge

    Over the course of 20 years and nearly a dozen albums, Melissa Etheridge has been through quite a lot: breast cancer, a struggle with her sexuality, fickle fans, and the difficulties of being a high profile (out) entertainer in a conservative societ...

    by Nicholas Hall on June 12, 2008
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    Kottonmouth Kings

    High Times magazine's "Stoner Band of the Year" in 2006; two-time guest judges at Amsterdam's "Cannabis Cup"; Hidden Stash parts one, two, and three. It's no secret what the Kottonmouth Kings like to do in their spare time. And by spare time, I mean...

    by Nicholas Hall on June 12, 2008
  • Shaken, Not Rocked - Rachel Goodrich shakes, rattles, and rolls on down her own road

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    Shaken, Not Rocked - Rachel Goodrich shakes, rattles, and rolls on down her own road

    It's hard to say which is more awesome: Rachel Goodrich's catchy song "The Black Hole" or its lo-fi video. In it, she sings while kneeling on her friend's unmade bed; she's wearing, for no particular reason, a ladybug costume and a pair of sunglasse...

    by Deirdra Funcheon on June 12, 2008
  • Neo Griots - North Carolina's Toubab Krewe takes world fusion to new levels

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    Neo Griots - North Carolina's Toubab Krewe takes world fusion to new levels

    West African music is getting pimped out fairly regularly these days. Vampire Weekend takes the most watered-down version of Afropop you can imagine, scores a record deal, and instantly it's the biggest "it" band of 2008. Consider that a fluke, but ...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on June 12, 2008
  • Tryin' to Get Lonesome - In Davie, the coyotes seldom howl, and Hank Williams? -- shoot, he ain't even a rumor

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    Tryin' to Get Lonesome - In Davie, the coyotes seldom howl, and Hank Williams? -- shoot, he ain't even a rumor

    I haven't been away from my home state of Texas that long, and occasionally I like to remind myself what it means to be a Texan. Yeah, we execute the mentally challenged, we thump our Bibles, and sometimes we forget that we're part of a larger count...

    by Tara Nieuwesteeg on June 12, 2008
  • Kings of the Tiki Beat - The Martini Kings offer up Polynesian retro grooves

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    Kings of the Tiki Beat - The Martini Kings offer up Polynesian retro grooves

    Back in the mid-1980s, brothers Tony and Frank Marsico had a revelation: They decided to quit their punk-rock bands and form a space-age jazz combo called the Martini Kings. Known for their exotic, retro-style, jazzy vibraphone licks and sonic resem...

    by Jose Davila on June 12, 2008
  • Gator Rock Legends - Less Than Jake is tired of searching for the brand new

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    Gator Rock Legends - Less Than Jake is tired of searching for the brand new

    With their tenth studio album, GNV FLA, set for release this month on their own newly established label, Sleep It Off Records, Gainesville ska-punk veterans Less Than Jake aren't showing any signs of slowing down. Considering their success over the p...

    by Monica Cady on June 12, 2008
  • Soulful Moaning - Detroit crooner Dwele returns with a new artistic approach

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    Soulful Moaning - Detroit crooner Dwele returns with a new artistic approach

    Every now and then, folks need to fully embrace their inner sexiness. The stress of the daily grind makes that harder than it should be sometimes, but a group of local entrepreneurs involved with GatorLynk Entertainment is trying to give the grown an...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on June 12, 2008
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    Kalahari Bar

    In the northwest corner of South Africa, the Kalahari is a small patch of dry rock and red sand where meerkats roam and thirst is part of the landscape. On the corner of 20th Avenue -- a hair east of Federal Highway, between Commercial and Oakland P...

    by Bryan Falla on June 12, 2008
  • Al Green

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    Al Green

    Lay It Down is easily the right Rev.'s best in five years -- in other words, since his last Blue Note outing. This time around, though, a myriad of acolytes pay homage to the golden-throated god by guesting on a disc almost as essential as anything ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on June 12, 2008
  • Various artists

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    Various artists

    British label Strut made a name for itself in the late '90s as a prime catalyst for the burgeoning revival of interest in Nigerian Afrobeat, due to their reissues of Tony Allen's early post-Fela work, along with two mind-blowing compilations -- Club...

    by Jason Ferguson on June 12, 2008
  • Tab Benoit

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    Tab Benoit

    Live performances are the way musicians prove their mettle, and this recording showcases the raw energy of this Louisiana-born singer and guitarist, who is at the top of his game both as performer and songwriter. Captured during a single night in Na...

    by Ernest Barteldes on June 12, 2008
  • Benga

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    Benga

    South London dubstep veteran Benga operates on several (next) levels when he plants himself in front of a synthesizer keyboard and a hard drive of edited drum patterns. The producer's Diary of an Afro Warrior, in its array of divergent sonics, speak...

    by Dominic Umile on June 12, 2008
  • The Tim Version

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    The Tim Version

    Tampa Bay's the Tim Version comes with a pretty good punk rock pedigree, seeing as how these Panhandle ne'er-do-wells have managed to take their wares across most of the U.S. of A., parts of Europe, and Japan, using that old trick: hard work. Indivi...

    by Abel Folgar on June 12, 2008
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    Mudhoney presale tickets now available

    @ County Grind by Arielle Castillo on February 29, 2008 @ 12:25 pm
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