Catherine Toruño is a music writer from West Kendall. She enjoys attending local music shows, exploring Miami on her bike, and trying new craft beers.
11 months ago | Interviews
Father/Daughter Records gets business done 3,000 miles apart.
2 years ago | Concerts
Since its founding in 1997 in Chicago, Dark Star Orchestra (DSO) has encapsulated the Grateful Dead era for more than 2,800 shows. This Saturday, November 3, DSO is set to headline Revolution Live's new street festival, Night of the Dead, celebrat...
3 years ago | Concerts
Dweezil Zappa spends most of his time either learning or performing the music of his late father, Frank Zappa. The writer of "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow" made more than 65 albums during his career before his death in 1993. So the Choice Cuts! Tour,...
3 years ago | Lists
Miami's music scene is a conglomerate of genres. Past the late-night dance clubs and dive bars lives a genre of music that was born in the '60s. South Florida seems to be a destination for jam bands, and many have even set their roots here. The sc...