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SURFING FLORIDA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY “Surfing Florida: A Photographic History” comes at a time when surfers throughout the world are beginning to seriously document this vital sport and lifestyle through books, museums and surfing history organizations. While Florida is part of this movement, it is also challenged by its reputation for lackluster surf. Yet, because of the inconsistent surf, surfers from Florida share an insatiable hunger for waves and an aggressive approach to the sport that has resulted in an incredible number of world titles for Florida’s competitive surfers and a deep cultural history. “Surfing Florida” is a massive collaboration with surfers, shapers. photographers, activists, environmentalists, professors, artists, musicians, historians, andorganizations from Florida’s statewide surfing community. This exhibition seeks to preserve the rich history of surfing in Florida, and to raise awareness to the importance of protecting the environment we love; through film screenings, media stations, free lectures, workshops and literature. Friday, March 16 opening remarks by Steve Pezman, co-founder and co-publisher of Surfers Journal and former editor and publisher of Surfer Magazine; and performances by Guy Harvey and Cutback. On Saturday, March 17 Workshops for Surfing History, and SlideShows/Lectures by Darrel Jones, Bruce Walker, Tony Arruza and Mark Long. Presenting Florida’s surfing history through seven regional sections and several workshops and lectures: “Environmentalism and Surfing,” “Spiritual Dimensions in Surfing,” “Surf Music,” “Maritime History,” and “The Sunshine State.” Movies and documentary film screenings to follow through May 12, 2012. This project has been developed by W. Rod Faulds, Director University Galleries, FAU and Paul Aho, a Florida-born surfer, artist and educator who serves as the project curator. Visit www.fau.edu/galleries for more info. FREE


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Oi! Oi! Oi! Let the working class rejoice! South London, UK’s The Business is coming to South Florida. What a treat it is to have the British punk band that embraced the gutter punk ethos years before the first smelly dread-headed disenfranchised American suburbanite kid ran away from home. Getting down to brass tacks, with the CD reissue of its seminal 1983 album Suburban Rebels the Business gave a voice to a generation of marginalized British streetpunks who had no other outlet for their frustrations and rebellious nature. Classics such as “Smash the Discos,” “Work or Riot?” and “Loud, Proud ‘N’ Punk” became out-and- out psalms for this subculture. Not surprisingly, later on in its career the Business also found a kind ear with the British Hooligan culture. Absolutely no shock there; through the years the group’s fists-in-the-air Oi! Ois! started transitioning into pint-slinging anthems that greatly appealed to the blue-collar lads. Add in a love for footie—with its biggest hit of recent times being “England 5, Germany 1,” (based on a triumphant World Cup qualifying match in 2001) and the Business gives the Bass Ale-swigging, Three Lions (National English football team nickname,) loving, proletarians reason to smile. The good news for fans making it out to Respectable Street on Friday March 16 is that the Business will be pulling out all the stops and delivering material for fans young and old. Punks or Hooligans. British mates or wannabes. Oi! Oi! ~ Alex Rendon


Saturday, February 25

PUREHONEY SIXTH ISSUE ANNIVERSARY JOINT: JOHN RALSTON, THE PASSENGER (former XOXO), THE DEWARS, NORTH ATLANTIC SPACE COMPANY, LITTLE PIECES OF HOPE ART SHOW, INSPIRIT BENEFIT @ Propaganda IMAGINED: CELEBRATING THE SONGS OF JOHN LENNON: THE BEATLES & SOLO YEARS @ Rinker Playhouse CATCH DA VAPORS HIP-HOP EVENT @ Speakeasy Lounge LENNY KRAVITZ, RAPHAEL SAADIQ @ The Fillmore UNIVERSAL CITIZENS, THE DRIP, S.L.A.P @ Swampgrass Willys SUMSUN, CAN’T STOP, THE STATE OF, HONEY TRAIN @ Electric Pickle REDS, WHITES & BLUES @ The Blind Monk CODY SIMPSON @ Revolution Live FISHHEAD SOUP @ O’Shea’s

Sunday, February 26

KeroWACKED: HOMAGE TO JACK MULTI MEDIA MARATHON: POCKET OF LOLLIPOPS, MEYERS TRILOGY, LOXAHATCHEE SINNERS UNION, BEHOLD THE WOLF, AL KUSH, STEVE MINOTTI, TERI CATLIN, IN BOXES, LMNOP, MIKE MINEO, ROB THE MILKMAN, DUNCAN BEATZ, DYAGNOSTIK, BEAT THIEF INC., SHAYNE PILPEL, BROCK LAMBERT, ILYA TATAROV, DAVID OROZCO, SEBASTIAN, PEREZ, ASA HOCHHAUSER @ ActivistArtistA GalleryACOUSTIC & OPEN MIC @ Propaganda STRING BIKINI @ Dada

Monday, February 27

THE RECKLESS DAMES @ Speakeasy Lounge RADIOHEAD @ AmericanAirlines Arena THE DEVASTATED, MURDER SUICIDE @ Propaganda

Tuesday, February 28

OPEN MIC @ Dada BRETT STASKA @ The Blind Monk CONFLICT RHYMES @ Propaganda

Wednesday, February 29

AGENT ORANGE, THE RUINS, TO BE HATED @ Respectable Street TENUTOS BLUES BAND @ Dada A PAIR OF NUTS @ The Fillmore

Thursday, March 1

LOS VIGILANTES, HONEY TRAIN @ Respectable Street THE HOWLING WINDS, JAMES HUNNICUTT, OWEN MAYS @ Speakeasy Lounge RACHEL ANDES @ Dada GUANTLET HAIR @ Bardot BOYCE AVENUE, SECONDHAND SERENADE @ Revolution Live MATT FARR @ Fat Cats KILLBILLIES @ O’Shea’s THE FLYERS @ South Shores Tavern LEWIS BLACK, AMY SCHUMER @ The Fillmore Miami BLACK WEATHER SHAMAN, THE MOBILE HOMIES, EIGHT GHOSTS @ Propaganda

ANDY D, FORTRESS OF THE URBAN SPACEMEN, DINO FELIPE, SHALYN EVERTSZ @ Churchills Pub EX NORWEGIAN, LOS BASTARDOS MAGNIFICOS @ Sweat Records

Friday, March 2

HYMN FOR HER @ Dada THOMAS WYNN & THE BELIEVERS @ Bardot JOHN & ALLISON WYLIE’S WEDDING PARTY: EVERYMEN, OUT OF SORTS, LOS BASTARDOS, BLACK SEAL, BREAK BLOSSOM @ Speakeasy ICED EARTH, SYMPHONY X @ Revolution Live PERPETUAL GROOVE, CONSIDER THE SOURCE @ Culture Room LEWIS BLACK @ Maxwell C. King Center FRANKIE VALLI @ Hard Rock Live MAKESHIFT WINGS, OPERATIVE ME @ Swampgrass Willys SHROUDEATER, MASTICATOR @ Propaganda ROCKIN JAKE @ South Shores Tavern MIKE MINEO BAND @ O’Shea’s ROB DELANEY, SHAQ’S ALL STAR COMEDY JAM @ The Fillmore Miami RAGGY MONSTER & FIRESIDE PROPHETS @ Coyote Jacks (FAU) THE HIGH FEVERS @ Longboards ASKULTURA, MINDYOU, RIOT AGENTS, HALFWAY TO MOKSHA, REBELION, OFF ORBIT, XELA ZAID, EMILY SHEILA, NOW & BECAUSE @ Churchills Pub

Saturday, March 3

SPRING JAM: LESS THAN JAKE, WILLIAM KIMBALL & HIT SHOW, THE KINECTED, THE RESOLVERS, RUSTICO DROP, HONEY HENNY LIME, SPRED THE DUB, BRYAN MATTHEW & THE LOC, WE KILL GIANTS, SALTWATER GRASS, CRAZY FINGERS, SCALAWAG @ Seabreeze Carlin Park SYMBOLS, FUNCRUSHER, RIBBON DANCER @ Speakeasy Lounge HUNDRED WAVES, LEVEK, PIRATE STEREO @ Bardot THE HARD RICHARDS @ Dada DARK STAR ORCHESTRA @ Revolution Live ROBERT GOODMAN BAND @ Brogues PERPETUAL GROOVE, CONSIDER THE SOURCE @ Culture Room DROPKICK MURPHY, FRANK TURNER @ Pompano Amp SUNFLOWERS, NERVOUS ATTACHMENTS, 84 SHEEPDOG, LIVVERS, JOLLY BADFELLOW, PILLBOX @ Propaganda JPSOARS & THE REDHOTS, DJ BOOGIE WATERS @ South Shores Tavern REDS, WHITES & BLUES @ The Blind Monk FRANKIE VALLI @ Hard Rock Live RICKY JOHNSON, TONY BRASO @ Swampgrass Willys FISH HEAD SOUP @ O’Shea’s DRI, NO PEACE AT ALL, EXTORBO, ATOMIK CYST @ Churchills Pub AZIZ ANSARI, DANIEL GLOVER, HANNIBAL BURESS @ The Fillmore Miami

Sunday, March 4

ACOUSTIC & OPEN MIC @ Propaganda BARB WIRE DOLLS, FLEES, M-66 @ Churchills Pub INVOKE THE ARTS @ Dada VIVA LE VOX, BLACK SEAL @ Speakeasy Lounge

Monday, March 5

AUSTIN MILLER @ Dada THE RECKLESS DAMES @ Speakeasy Lounge BLUE & EXILE @ Propaganda MIAMI JAZZ JAM @ Churchills Pub

Tuesday, March 6

POETRY @ Dada BRETT STASKA @ The Blind Monk OPEN MIC w. HEIDI & THE EL CATS @ South Shores THE SCRUB JAYS @ Propaganda

Wednesday, March 7

TENUTOS BLUES BAND @ Dada

BADFISH @ Revolution Live BALLYHOO, REMAIN CALM, SOUTH SIDE DUB, COMMON WEALTH @ Propaganda HANK III, HELLBILLY, ATTENTION DEFICIT DOMINATION, 3 BAR RANCH @ Culture Room GEORGE MANOSIS @ South Shores Tavern WARHEAD, WORTHY TO RECOGNIZE, GASMASK, THERAVADA, WHEN TITANS FALL, ABIOTIC @ Churchills Pub

Thursday, March 8

MIKE MINEO @ Dada SPACE CAPONE @ Speakeasy Lounge EXCISION @ The Fillmore 3LAU @ Revolution Live KILLBILLIES @ O’Shea’s THE CASUALTIES, TOXIC HOLOCAUST @ Churchill’s ROUTE BLEU @ South Shores Tavern RAGGY MONSTER @ Respectable Street (Flaunt) THE CASUALTIES, TOXIC HOLOCAUST, UNIT SIX, VCR, DARKARMA, SADISTIC DEATH @ Churchills

Friday, March 9

PAUL GEREMIA @ Dada AUDIOPLAYGROUND @ Speakeasy Lounge HENRY ROLLINS @ Revolution Live ELTON JOHN @ BankAtlantic Center KILLBILLIES @ O’Shea’s JOHN LEGUIZAMO: GHETTO KLOWN @ The Fillmore BOBBY NATHAN BAND @ South Shores Tavern BAD SPIRITS, THE CITY LINES, BLACK HAWK & THE NIGHT DRIVERS @ Swampgrass Willys REBIRTH BRASS BAND, YELLOW DUBMARINE @ Culture Room THE SPEARS @ Churchills Pub CHARLIE PICKETT, THE SHAKERS, SHAVED HAMSTER @ Propaganda THE HIGH FEVERS @ Longboards

Saturday, March 10

INVISIBLE MUSIC, NORTH ATLANTIC SPACE COMPANY @ Speakeasy Lounge ADNA @ Radioactive Records ASTARI NITE, RETROCITIES, UNIVERSAL CITIZENS @ Respectable Street RAGGY MONSTER @ Dada BIG HEAD TODD & THE MONSTERS, ROSES PAWN SHOP @ Culture Room REDS, WHITES & BLUES @ The Blind Monk JOVANOTTI @ Grand Central KILLBILLIES @ O’Shea’s CLAY GOLDSTEINS’S TOST, DJ BOOGIE WATERS @ South Shores Tavern AUDIO PLAYGROUND @ Propaganda LUSSURIA, LAST, DROWNING THE VIRGIN SILENCE, CHROME DICK, LAUNDRY ROOM SQUELCHERS, LUMA JUGER, NAGS HEAD @ Churchills Pub JOHN LEGUIZAMO: GHETTO KLOWN @ The Fillmore

Sunday, March 11

COMEDY SPECIAL @ Dada LIGHTS, AMBASSADORS @ Culture Room WE CAME AS ROMANS @ Revolution Live JOHN LEGUIZAMO: GHETTO KLOWN @ The Fillmore IN DEFENCE @ Churchills Pub ACOUSTIC & OPEN MIC @ Propaganda SOUNDPROOF @ South Shores Tavern

Monday, March 12

JASON CARDINAL @ Dada THE RECKLESS DAMES @ Speakeasy Lounge THE MOODY BLUES @ Barbara B Mann Hall MIAMI JAZZ JAM @ Churchills Pub

Tuesday, March 13


OPEN MIC @ Dada BRETT STASKA @ The Blind Monk OPEN MIC W. HEIDI & THE EL CATS @South Shores

Wednesday, March 14

TENUTOS BLUES BAND @ Dada WHISKEY DANCER @ O’Shea’s THE FRANKENSTEIN BROS feat BUCKETHEAD, THAT 1 GUY, WOLFF @ Culture Room THE KILLBILLIES @ South Shores Tavern

Thursday, March 15

A WILHELM SCREAM, FALLEN FROM THE SKY, THE HARD RICHARDS, ASKULTURA, GUNFIGHT @ Speakeasy Lounge MIMOSA @ Revolution Live KILLBILLIES @ O’Shea’s COMMON WEALTH, FIRESIDE PROPHETS @ Propaganda

Friday, March 16

SURFING FLORIDA: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY, GUY HARVEY, CUTBACK @ FAU GALLERIES THE BUSINESS, DOWNTOWN STRUTS, THE SHAKERS, OUT OF SORTS @ Respectable Street CONTINENTAL(RICK BARTON, DKM), UNIT 6, LIBERTY CALL, JASON AND THE PUNKNECKS @ Speakeasy Lounge THE STATE OF @ Dada MUTEMATH @ Revolution Live WOLFBREAKER ORCHESTRA, 84 SHEEP DOG, OOGEE WAWA @ Swampgrass Willys SOUL ASYLUM @ Culture Room KILLBILLIES @ O’Shea’s

Saturday, March 17

WAYWARD PARADE FEST 2 @ Speakeasy Lounge MERRY FRANKSTERZ @ Dada ST PATRICK’S DAY BLOCK PARTY, KILLBILLIES, ARANMORE IRISH DANCERS, BAGPIPERS @ O’Shea’s ODD FUTURE @ The Fillmore REDS, WHITES & BLUES @ The Blind Monk NEW N USED, THE MOBILE HOMIES, ELEPHANTGUN @ Swampgrass Willys SOUTHBOUND HAMMER DOWN TRIO, LOOSELEAF ARTICLES @ Propaganda SHEER TERROR, TRUST NO ONE, AND NOBODY’S HERO @ Churchills Pub SPOK FREVO ORQUESTRA @ Hollywood ArtsPark

Sunday, March 18

ALYSON SICHENZIA @ Dada YOUNG THE GIANT, GROUPLOVE @ Culture Room ACOUSTIC & OPEN MIC @ Propaganda

Monday, March 19

JASON CARDINAL @ Dada THE RECKLESS DAMES @ Speakeasy Lounge SLAUGHTERHOUSE @ Revolution Live MIAMI JAZZ JAM @ Churchills Pub

Tuesday, March 20

OPEN MIC @ Dada BRETT STASKA @ The Blind Monk CHRIS WEBBY:THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD TOUR @ Culture Room FAU HOOT/WISDOM CD RELEASE PARTY @ The Funky Biscuit

Wednesday, March 21

TENUTOS BLUES BAND @ Dada WORMWOOD PROPHECY @ Speakeasy Lounge TREVOR HALL @ Culture Room

Thursday, March 22

JAMIE RASSO BAND @ Dada

COMEBACK KID @ Speakeasy Lounge KATCHAFIRE @ The Stage BEAR IN MIND @ O’Shea’s

Friday, March 23

THE BAND IN HEAVEN, NEW COKE, THE JELLYFISH BROTHERS, SELF & OTHER, FOURIER @ Churchill’s CARRIE NATION & THE SPEAKEASY @ Speakeasy NEBRASKA BRICKS, RAGGY MONSTER, SILVER SOLIN @ Swampgrass Willys THE INDEPENDENTS @ Propaganda BEAR IN MIND @ O’Shea’s

Saturday, March 24

AESTHETIC PERFECTION, WILLIAM CONTROL @ Respectable Street BATTLE OF THE BANDS @ Speakeasy Lounge SKINNY JIMMY & THE STINGRAYS @ Dada HOT CHELLE RAE, ELECTRIC TOUCH, CADY GROVES @ Culture Room RICKY JOHNSON, TONY BRASO @ Swampgrass REDS, WHITES & BLUES @ The Blind Monk FISH HEAD SOUP @ O’Shea’s HOLLY HUNT, OLD HABITS, HOMESTRETCH, 440, EVERYMEN, LBM, DIABLO DIMES, DARLING SWEETS @ Churchills Pub

Sunday, March 25

YELLOW #6, BLACK SEAL @ Kismet Vintage BLUE OCTOBER @ Revolution Live ACOUSTIC & OPEN MIC @ Propaganda BOMB THE MUSIC INDUSTRY, ASKULTURA @ Churchills Pub

Monday, March 26

THE RECKLESS DAMES @ Speakeasy Lounge MIAMI JAZZ JAM @ Churchills Pub

Tuesday, March 27

OPEN MIC @ Dada BRETT STASKA @ The Blind Monk

Wednesday, March 28

TENUTOS BLUES BAND @ Dada JUDY COLLINS @ Coral Springs Ctr for the Arts

Friday, March 30

OLD HABITS CD RELEASE PARTY @ Speakeasy RACHEL ANDES BAND @ Dada THE NAKED AND FAMOUS @ Grand Central SNOW PATROL @ The Fillmore FIRESIDE PROPHETS, SOUTH SIDE DUB @ Swampgrass Willys RAGGY MONSTER @ Longboards

Saturday, March 31

I AM THE AVALANCHE, HOSTAGE CALM, PROTAGONIST, IN MOTION @ Speakeasy Lounge ASTREA CORPORATION @ Dada R.O.M.E., SICK FOR BRAINS @ Swampgrass Willys EYEHATEGOD, HEROINDOD, SHITSTORM, ORBWEAVER @ Churchills Pub ROBERTO ANTONIO @ The Fillmore

Sunday, April 1

FUNERAL FOR A CLOWN, D/EFFEKTOR, THE OPENING, HALF HEAD, OF THE FALLEN, KILL THE TYRANT @ Churchills Pub

Monday, April 2

THE RECKLESS DAMES @ Speakeasy Lounge MIAMI JAZZ JAM @ Churchills Pub

Tuesday, April 3

WE WERE PROMISED JETPACKS @ Bardot OPEN MIC @ Dada

Thursday, April 5

PACO DE LUCIA @ Fillmore Miami Beach NIRVANA TRIBUTE @ Churchills Pub

Friday, April 6

ACCESSORY, DISMANTLED, CEPHALOGY, CYANIDE REGIME @ Respectable Street LAVOLA, RIBBON DANCER, & RAGGY MONSTER @ Propaganda

Saturday, April 7

CHELSEA GRIN, ATTILA, FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS, CHUNK! NO, CAPTAIN CHUNK!, VANNA, VOLUMES @ Speakeasy Lounge ANDREW WK @ Revolution Live HAWGJAW, TORCHE, CONSULAR, HOLLY HUNT, 440 @ Churchills Pub

Sunday, April 8

I SET MY FRIENDS ON FIRE, GREELEY ESTATES, A BULLET FOR PRETTY BOY, A LOT LIKE BIRDS @ Speakeasy Lounge

Monday, April 9

THE RECKLESS DAMES @ Speakeasy Lounge MIAMI JAZZ JAM @ Churchills Pub

Tuesday, April 10

OPEN MIC @ Dada BRETT STASKA @ The Blind Monk VAN HALEN @ BankAtlantic Center

Friday April 13

SEUN KUTI & EGYPT 80 @ No. Bch. Bandshell HUNX & HIS PUNX @ Churchills Pub

Saturday, April 14

CHARLES BRADLEY @ Revolution Live QUANTIC, PEDRITO MARTINEZ @ North Beach Bandshell WEEDEATER @ Churchills Pub

Monday, April 16

SET YOUR GOALS, CARTEL, HIT THE LIGHTS, MIXTAPES, SUPER PRIME, BREAK BLOSSOM, THE RECKLESS DAMES @ Speakeasy Lounge MIAMI JAZZ JAM @ Churchills Pub

Tuesday, April 17

OPEN MIC @ Dada BRETT STASKA @ The Blind Monk

April 19-21

WANEE MUSIC FESTIVAL @ Suwanee Music Park

Friday, April 20

RAMMSTEIN @ BankAtlantic Center SKID ROW @ Revolution Live TABOU COMBO @ Big Night in Little Haiti SMUT PEDDLERS, UNIT SIX, STAY HITT, THE 707’S, VCR @ Churchills Pub

Saturday, April 21

DICK DALE @ Respectable Street STEEL PULSE @ Culture Room CHICAGO @ Pompano Bch Amp RECORD STORE DAY & SWEAT STOCK 3 @ Churchills Pub


LIAM

MILANO

I make artworks that provoke positive thinking, often using humor to tell a story and to share knowledge. My art is very much in the moment and reflects not only the very second it was recorded as in photography, but also captures all the things I am interested in like medicine, music, fashion, surfing, food, comedy. In my photography, the exact instant (that the shutter releases and the image recorded) is so essential and fleeting that I am obsessively searching for the shot. I love the magic that happens in chemical photography and happy accidents of instant photography. This process carries over into my chemical, charcoal, ink and pigment drawings where I use chemicals to develop an image. In my work, I am drawn towards the experimental and narrative and tend to push the boundaries of instant film from creating an image that appears as if it was painted and aged; to using the film to capture highly stylized portraits. I love to capture images of joy, humor, pleasure, pain, eroticism, shyness... the essence of someone. When I photograph on the streets, I am drawn towards abstract subject matter, lines intersecting which create visually stimulating images of oft not noticed subject matter. With my sculpture, I immerse myself totally in the moment and work in a maniacal pace, churning out work until I am finished or exhausted. Oft times you can find me at Kismet Vintage in Delray where I am co-owner. Check out my photos, sculptures, films and drawings at www.liammilano.carbonmade.com


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Fort Lauderdale native Dale Nibbe had been kicking around the idea of starting a record label for years. The bravura to do so finally came back in September of 2010 after stumbling upon New Zealand glacial post-ambient duo Glass Vaults’ Bandcamp page. Nibbe thought to himself: “Wow this is fucking brilliant.” He could not believe a band with such a hauntingly lush sound did not have a record out yet. “I was really drawn to them and felt the need to put out a record from them, so I got in touch,” said Nibbe about the initial encounter with the Kiwi ambient band. A month later Nibbe and the Glass Vaults struck a deal, agreed upon putting out some vinyl, and Nibbe’s label, JUKBOXR, was born. The label’s name comes from Nibbe’s music mix blog called Jukeboxer, with a few letters simply dropped. Since then his South Florida-based label has grown to represent five artists from around the globe-- each one with their own distinct style. Besides the aforementioned Glass Vaults, JUKBOXR has in its arsenal London-based dark electro-pop act Bon Accord; the analog fuzzed -out beat bliss of aBillion from Sydney, Australia, Miami shoegazing techno man Between You And Me, and Broward-based dream pop whiz Arrange. Nibbe does not restrict himself to any one particular genre. “If I hear something and it hits me like ‘What the fuck is this! Everyone should hear this!’, then I will pursue putting a release out from that artist.” Out of sheer coincidence, Nibbe found and fell in love with Arrange’s (birth name Malcom Lacey,) magnificent self-released debut Plantation and agreed to put out his next record through JUKBOXR, realizing after the fact that Arrange lived in Broward County too. JUKBOXR just released Arrange’s follow-up EP titled Five Years With The Sun. Nibbe is pleased with the results calling it “some of the best material he’s produced.” For anyone interested in checking out Nibbe’s acts live, good news, Glass Vaults and Arrange will be touring the East Coast this summer on a 10-date tour that will culminate in Miami. www.jukboxr.com ~ Alex Rendon


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