The boys are South Florida-born and -bred, and they're blowing up
North Cackalacky MCs Phonte and Rapper Big Pooh
Onetime local favorites Black Janet reunite to turn back time
The Scene of the Crime (Anti)
Blue Note Records moves north and burrows in
Glastonbury, The Hustler: Collector's Edition, Atlantic Records: The House That Ahmet Built, The Bridge
Cute Is What We Aim For
The Lemonheads are touring again, but will Evan Dando survive it all?
True Kingston Stories
Pretty Ricky is poised to be South Florida's resident, platinum-selling boy band.
Willie Nelson goes gay (for a song).
You've heard noise before, but you've never heard noise like this.
Louis XIV carries on rock's lustful legacy
Accountability is still hard to find in hip-hop
Collapsing Lungs regroup to spread holiday cheer
He's a giant with a giant story to tell about tunes
Selling out in style with Florida's fountain of youth, Poison the Well
No Holding Back (Atlantic/VP Records)
You might have seen this next comic at 7-Eleven
A cadre of smart South Florida music entrepreneurs is bringing the area into the mainstream
It's not too late for Buju Banton to win a little lick of respect
The sweet, sweet sounds of SoFla
After a seven-year absence, the Cult's Ian Astbury is back to show other would-be rock stars how it's done
Meat Puppets founder Curt Kirkwood won't let personal tragedy or indie-rock nostalgia keep him down
Water to Drink (Atlantic)
Inside the music business with Eric Kline
Tom Rush, George Carlin, Matthew Sweet
At his new crib in Miramar, rapper Trick Daddy is smokin'out with his homies. Shows he's keeping it real and... going gold.
March 26- April 1, 1998