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Young the Giant talks success, touring, VMAs

One year ago, most people had never heard of the indie band Young the Giant. But now the boys from Irvine, Calif., have performed at the VMAs, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and even had their single, “Cough Syrup,” featured on Glee. The group is hitting South Florida on their sold-out headlining tour Sunday…

Singer talks wipeouts, tour, advice
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Singer talks wipeouts, tour, advice

After opening for musicians like Plain White T’s and Colbie Caillat, Andy Grammer is now the star of his own show. His career has had a complete turnaround, from street performing to headlining a tour and getting airplay on the radio with his hit song, “Keep Your Head Up.” Grammer is making a stop at…

French pop star returns to Miami
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French pop star returns to Miami

You don’t need to know French to jam out to French pop sensation Yelle, who will return to Miami to perform at the Fillmore on Miami Beach Dec. 2. Yelle is a group composed of Julie Budet and producers GrandMarnier and Tepr. The Miami Hurricane: Are you excited to come back to Miami during Art…

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Awesome New Republic talks band, tour, music industry

Awesome New Republic, or ANR, is an up-and-coming indie rock band made up of UM Frost School of Music alumni Michael John Hancock and Brian Robertson. After graduating in 2004 and 2005 respectively, the duo has released several albums and been featured in The New York Times, as well as the music sites Pitchfork and…

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