With a career that boasted a slow ascent and then followed with a perilously rapid descent, Phil Collins became an example of an artist who displayed both the best and worst of what fame and fortune could bring. Born January 30, 1951, he rose to the helm of Genesis, one of Britain's best ... More >>
"They call me Dr. John, known as the Night Tripper." With that guttural growl, the once and future Mac Rebennack assumed the persona that would continue to define his guise going forward. One of New Orleans true originals and a musician who helped further the Crescent City sound, he was born in t ... More >>
flickr.comThe Beatles, circa 1963.As a hub for so many cruise ships, Port Everglades sees a lot of entertaining "theme" cruises. Remember the Climax Cruise or the Weekly Standard Cruise? Well now a Boca Raton man has assembled the first Beatles Tribute Cruise, and it's scheduled to depart Fort La ... More >>
Rockers and writers don't always mix within
Toots Hibbert is still winding and grinding after all these years
Michael Joseph's new gallery merges rock 'n' roll icons
The man who gave reggae its name brings back the Maytals.
Michael Moore goes Bushwhacking in Fahrenheit 9/11
Competitive marlin fishers do lots of drinking, tell lots of tales, and, oh yes, sometimes they catch fish.
An American concert promoter tries to preserve the heritage of a fallen reggae hero
Ersatz Little Feat and the real Buddy Guy play Pompano Beach
This cast has a hell of a time capturing the nuances of the well-written Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil
After years in the shadow of Luther Campbell, Joe Weinberger has emerged with his own label -- and a tainted reputation
Why doesn't anyone buy this man's records?
April 22-28, 1999