Born February 7, 1962, Garth Brooks has achieved the distinction of being one of the best-selling artists of the past 20 years. This is true not only in the realm of country, which he clearly dominated, but in the pop world overall. Indeed, while country music provides the predominant thread ... More >>
Music vet and New Times scribe Lee Zimmerman offers his insights, opinions and observations about the local scene. This week: Two very different backstage scenarios... Considering the fact that this column is called Backstage in South Florida, I found it interesting to note the differences in a p ... More >>
Click here to view a full slideshow of photos from the Bob Seger concert at BankAtlantic Center. Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band BankAtlantic Center, Fort Lauderdale Thursday,December 12, 2012 Better than: The majority of rockers who are only a fraction of his age.White-haired ... More >>
A new box set illuminates the early sounds of Frank Sinatra
For British soul singer Corinne Bailey Rae, it's not all about the money
Singer says the new album will be released "as soon as corporately possible"
The Smoking Popes renew their faith in music.
Thor battles the forces of evil (and steroid use).
The Shout Out Louds speak the universal language of pop
Can the songwriter's follow-up to the disastrous Liz Phair reconcile her alt-rock past with her pop-rock present?
The mandolin: a journey deep into the heart of darkness
Ron Isley revisits the Burt Bacharach catalog with Here I Am
Mandy Moore is going to be around for a while -- but that doesn't mean you should see her movies
The sweet, sweet sounds of SoFla
Humpty Dumpty LSD (Latino Buggerveil)
Record companies haven't made life any easier for Jimmy Eat World
Howdy, partner! Come on down to our roundup of the year in song.
Listening to the distant echoes of a pop-rock genius
"Bruce Helander: Survey of Collage Works" and "Alexandra Nechita: Sentiments of Art"
Why doesn't anyone buy this man's records?
July 1 - 7, 1999
January 28 - February 3, 1999
Bring together a TV-production mogul and the charismatic leader of Calvary Chapel, and you get Cross TV all religion, all the time
The saga of Billy Yeager, a wannabe rock star who turned rejection and hoaxes into an art form. Now his story has become a feature-length movie. We think.