When Splatter-Rama rolled around at the end of the September, it left a pretty good indication that October -- the month for all things gory and horrific -- was going to be 31 days of pure awesomeness. Stallone took the stage for some killer rock and horror-flick love. Guitarist, Juan Montoya told County Grind he loves a good horror picture, but see what else he shared about the band in an interview.
Over the weekend, country superstar Brad Paisley brought his Virtual Reality Tour to the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. Opening for Paisley were The Band Perry and American Idol-winner Scotty McCreery.
Hundreds of bikers gathered together at the Sunrise Harley Davidson to ride together for charity. The riders painted their faces like zombies and decorated their bikes. The ride was led by the Broward County Sherrif's officers.
September brought quite the music scene to Broward and Palm Beach. Toby Keith came to sing about red Solo cups, a killer King of Pop impersonator threw a tribute show for Michael Jackson, and drag queens dressed up like music divas to pay their respects to Whitney Houston and Donna Summer....
Wednesday night, Florence Welch and her Machine performed at the BB&T Center in Sunrise. The stop, part of the Ceremonials world tour, brought the "Dog Days" singer to the western expanses of Broward in support of her latest album.
Review: Florence + The Machine at BB&T Center, Sunrise
The Royal Pig Pub & Kitchen capitalizes on cool, trendy dishes in Fort Lauderdale. Boasting an upscale pub ambience, ingredient-driven dishes, and a solid craft beer and mixology program, the restaurant injects a little life into the monotonous dining scene in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Read the...
Sunday night, Minneapolis-based hip-hop act Brother Ali performed at Culture Room in support of his latest album Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color. The controversial artist has always remained true to the classic style of hip-hop that features minimal swag and more awareness of what is...
The drag queens of Lips celebrated superstars Whitney Houston and Donna Summer Sunday night while helping out a good cause. All proceeds from the dinner and show benefited Women In Distress, a full-service domestic violence center serving Broward County.
Subculture staged another successful event Saturday night, this time celebrating cult film director Wes Anderson at Green Room. By the Way of Wes Anderson brought live music by Saskatchewan and Levek, art with a Wes Anderson theme, and more together under one roof.
Iconic Spanish music balladeer Julio Iglesias had the crowd swooning at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. Better known these days as the father of pop singer Enrique Iglesias, Julio proved he still has plenty of power and charisma on the stage.
Datsik threw quite the party at Revolution Live for his Firepower Records Tour. Concert goers donned their finest bra-and-fur combos -- need we expect anything less? Read the review of Datisk at Revolution Live.