Photographer, graphic artist and writer Paul Kagan is well known for the psychedelic imagery that appeared on concert posters and handbills of the 1960s and '70s, alerting pre-Twitter music fans to upcoming shows by such acts as Taj Mahal, Tim Buckley and Country Joe and the Fish. The...
Fort Lauderdale resident John Heiser is 48 years old, 6-foot-1, and may weigh as much as 364 pounds in his race-day outfit for a highly competitive 5K Saturday morning in downtown Fort Lauderdale. But Heiser guarantees victory.
John Mellencamp will return to the scene of his last South Florida performance, one of 2011’s best live shows, when he performs at Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center for the Performing Arts on March 17.
Ariana Grande, the former Boca Raton resident who has managed to conquer the pop charts with her squeaky-clean image intact, will take the next step in her rapid rise to stardom with a 25-city arena tour that stops at Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena on March 28.
If Meghan Trainor’s inescapable summer-radio confessional “All About That Bass” makes you twitch uncontrollably, imagine hearing it performed live.
In the media blitz that greeted pop provocateur Lily Allen’s first album in five years, “Sheezus,” Time magazine called her an “important cultural critic,” an observation that makes Allen a little fidgety.
Sunny Bak has a mountain of negatives from photo shoots she did over the years with her friends, the Beastie Boys, from concert scenes to moody studio portraits and outtakes from an iconic pose of the trio on the site of the old New York World’s Fair that appeared as the gatefold of their 1987...
Shortly after they met in 2011, Christopher Moll mentioned to his new songwriting partner, Maco Monthervil, that he dreamed about someday recording their new song “Who’s the One You Love?” in French.
It’s been nearly 15 years since Marco Argiro last stood in front of the Outrights, the teen band that was among those dominating the punk scene in South Florida in the late 1990s.
An 18-and-older age requirement for Ultra Music Festival will go into effect with the 2015 edition of the Miami event, according to a Tuesday announcement that will be cause for rejoice among the majority of attendees.
Platinum-selling, Grammy-winning rockers Maroon 5, led by pop-culture ubiquity Adam Levine, will bring the world tour supporting their cleverly titled fifth album, “V,” to the BB&T Center in Sunrise on Feb. 24.
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade and actress Gabrielle Union created one of the great hashtags for their South Florida wedding on Saturday: #TheWadeUnion. But no one can use it at the wedding.
Many tales of conquest (some of them even true) will be shared when several hundred of South Florida’s top fishermen and their friends gather Friday night for drinks and camaraderie at the Pirate Republic on the New River in downtown Fort Lauderdale. But the real purpose of the party is to...
The Sept. 9 ZZ Top-Jeff Beck concert at the Cruzan Amphitheatre, canceled after an injury to bassist Dusty Hill, has been rescheduled for May 9, the Texas trio announced.
Eternally beloved singer-songwriter James Taylor is bringing his fall tour to the BB&T Center in Sunrise on Nov. 15.
In his tepid review of the 1980, filmed-in-South-Florida romp “Caddyshack,” Roger Ebert did not predict its enduring place as a pop-culture touchstone worthy of discussion after two Wednesday screenings closing the Art Cinema at the Crest series in Delray Beach.
There is no mistaking Hollywood-based, indie-rock duo Kimmy Drake and Skylar Black’s affection for sunny fun at the shore: Onstage they call themselves Beach Day.
Ben Stocker is a tenor saxophonist from Hollywood, this weekend playing at Books and Books in Coral Gables, one of his last South Florida gigs before he heads off to college and, with hard work and perseverance, a career as a musician. He hopes he’s still performing 70 years from now.
Some good news from Coral Springs pop-punk heroes New Found Glory: The band will release their new album, “Resurrection,” on Oct. 7, with the supporting Glamour Kills Tour coming to Revolution Live in downtown Fort Lauderdale on Oct. 11.
A hallmark of Deerfield Beach resident Brynth Peterson’s spoken-word performances has been a ruthless candor about his painful upbringing and subsequent stretch of time as a “bad individual.”
For Nicole Noël and Chance Meyer, whose days play out under an unyielding specter of death, music has been a constant presence, life itself.
When Jon Hopkins made his only previous visit to South Florida, he was left off the bill for a November, 2008 show with tourmates Coldplay at the BankAtlantic Center. Not that anyone would have noticed.
Les Claypool’s recent visits to South Florida have come in distinctive guises: Intracoastal fisherman (in waters from Pompano Beach to Aventura with buddy Dean Ween) and bawdy campfire scout master (with Duo de Twang at Revolution Live). The next time you see him, he’ll be Willy...
A decision was made before the first concert in the Broward Center’s new Riverview Ballroom Sunday night to draw the thick satin drapes around the room, hiding the spectacular second-floor New River panorama that gives the space its name. The intent, one organizer said, was to create a...
Richard Linklater’s groundbreaking film “Boyhood” opens in some theaters this weekend (more widely across South Florida on Aug. 1), and there are many reasons to put it atop your to-do list.