Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr stopped by his "Galleries on the Art Tour," on display at the Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood, to sign memorabilia before taking the stage at Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
Fans went wild as Action Bronson brought his rap skills to the stage at Green Room. Openers Robb Bank$ and MeRcy set the mood for what was to be one crazy night.
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Kansas City native Tech N9ne and Cleveland wild boy Machine Gun Kelly brought their Hostile Takeover Tour to Club Cinema in Pompano Beach. The stop was part of an aggressive tour schedule to do 90 shows in 99 days, being touted as "the longest consecutive tour in rap history."
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Revered South Florida musicians and Boise Bob and His Backyard Band members Dan Hosker and Lori O'Quinn (AKA Tex Merlot) were greatly affected by a car accident this past May. This Saturday, the rest of the twanging, comical swampy act is hosted a benefit concert to help O'Quinn at Pompano...
The notoriously wacky hype man for politically charged Long Island hip-hop group Public Enemy, Flava Flav stopped by Seminole Casino Hollywood on Saturday to meet with fans. Check him out by browsing this slideshow.
Photos by Alex Markow.
Better Block, a pop-up urban design exhibit from Texas came to Florida for the first time on Saturday, June 16. Scroll through this slideshow to see the transformation of FAT Village.
Photos by Alex Markow.
A crowd of '80s rock devotees packed the house at Revolution Live where much of the film was shot-- ephemerally renamed The Bourbon Room -- on Friday night to celebrate its release. Continue reading County Grind's recap of the party
If there's one thing revelers can expect from County Grind's music editor Liz Tracy is she knows how to throw a banging party. The night was a blast with a sweet music lineup featuring Lil Daggers, The Gun Hoes, and Jacuzzi Boys. The crowd shredded the dance floor and beach balls were flung in...
Friday night's performance of The Wall by the legendary 68-year-old Waters was awe inspiring and beyond. The show opened with the bombastic "In the Flesh?" with explosions on stage making way for an epic musical experience. Continue reading County Grind's recap of the show here.