Yesterday we told you about Sun-Sentinel Miami Dolphins beat writer, Omar Kelly, taking to the Twitter machine and getting his Johnny Cash on by telling the world he once shot at a man with intent to harm. Kelly deleted the tweet, and then promptly disappeared. See also: -Omar Kelly of the Sun-Se ... More >>
There were those who branded themselves as outlaws way before -- Waylon, Willie, Johnny Cash, and David Allan Coe among them. But Steve Earle has lived that legend to the fullest. Born January 17, 1955, Earle's notoriety has often threatened to overshadow his prodigious musical career, one that's ... More >>
Concert review: Dexter Romweber and Ben Prestage at Propaganda.
The Wishing Well came through on our request for a nice buzz.
It wasn't a college bar after all, but Nippers still brought on some strong feelings.
Ten songs not to include on your Valentine's Day mix
Ten reasons Ween is better than your favorite band
Our 2007 listening party with Vanilla Ice, Davy Jones, and Al Franken
James Mangold remakes a classic Western for our ADD times
Why you should never invite your mom to a drunken birthday party where you're the main act
Michael Joseph's new gallery merges rock 'n' roll icons
California hip-hop hippie Michael Franti talks about his adoption, his anger, and his new approach
The 18 Wheelers prove you can go down home again
You can't tell Natalie Maines to Shut Up & Sing.
A testament to the importance of guitar lessons.
Valley of the Dolls
When it was a swamp, horses plodded down the road and truckers feared ending up dead in a canal
The Heatseekers braved bad smells, raw nerves, and limp hair on the road
Educated Guess (Righteous Babe)
Ranking and filing our Local Top Ten
Wildwood Flower (Dualtone)
Against all odds -- and several plot implausibilities -- director William Friedkin stages a comeback
The Truth About Us
(New West Records)
Badlands: A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska (Sub Pop Records)
Where the Sidewalk Ends (Columbia/Legacy Recordings)
Danzig with Six Feet Under, Disturbed, and Hatebreed
Guy Clark|Gino Washington
Rampant social enlightenment (honest)