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Live Review: Franz Ferdinand Bring Rowdy Dance Rock to Oakland

Live Review: Franz Ferdinand Bring Rowdy Dance Rock to Oakland

Scottish rock band Franz Ferdinand thoroughly entertained a near full audience at the Fox Theater Monday night, delivering an energetic show with plenty of dancing.

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Photos and Highlights from New Orleans Jazz Fest, Weekend 1

Photos and Highlights from New Orleans Jazz Fest, Weekend 1

The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, known most simply as Jazz Fest, returned for the first weekend of its 45th year with headlining performances from the Bay Area’s own Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, Vampire Weekend and Robert Plant. With several stages hosting more than…

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Jay Z and Beyonce Announce San Francisco Concert

Jay Z and Beyonce Announce San Francisco Concert

The music industry’s biggest power couple, Jay Z and Beyonce, are finally cashing in with a joint stadium tour that will end in San Francisco this summer.

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Paul McCartney Announces Farewell Concert at Candlestick Park on August 14

Paul McCartney Announces Farewell Concert at Candlestick Park on August 14

After months of back-and-forth between city representatives, Paul McCartney has officially confirmed he will play the final concert at Candlestick Park on August 14. According to industry sources, tickets will go on sale May 5 but prices are still unknown. A statement on The Beatles…

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Live Review: Disclosure Brings ‘Wild Life’ to Greek Theatre

Live Review: Disclosure Brings ‘Wild Life’ to Greek Theatre

Brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence showed the Bay Area on Friday why their house and garage duo Disclosure is currently one of the hottest acts touring today.

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Review: British Rock Band The 1975 Break Out at the Fillmore

Review: British Rock Band The 1975 Break Out at the Fillmore

The 1975 kicked off its North American headline tour with two sold out shows at the Fillmore. Led by singer Matty Healy, who drew all the attention with an unbuttoned black shirt revealing a grapefruit-sized chest tattoo, the Manchester quartet sustained a kinetic energy throughout most of its extended set and multi-song encore.

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Paul McCartney Could Choose Levi’s Stadium Over Candlestick for Local Show

Paul McCartney Could Choose Levi’s Stadium Over Candlestick for Local Show

Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney could be close to scheduling an opening concert at the 49ers’ new Santa Clara stadium in early August, according to reports.

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Twelve Unforgettable Moments From Coachella 2014

Twelve Unforgettable Moments From Coachella 2014

The first weekend of Coachella closed on Sunday with a handful of surprise guest appearances, numerous memorable performances and a few flaws.

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Outside Lands 2014: Lineup Confirmations and Rumors

Outside Lands 2014: Lineup Confirmations and Rumors

With festival tickets now on sale,  Outside Lands organizers are starting to leak artist confirmations before the official announcement arrives on April 8. Here’s a list of essentially confirmed acts and educated guesses for the festival, August 8-10 in Golden Gate Park. APRIL 8 UPDATE:…

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ZZ Ward Talks About Life on the Road, Coachella before SF Show

ZZ Ward Talks About Life on the Road, Coachella before SF Show

Musician and singer-songwriter Zsuzsanna ‘ZZ’ Ward brings a bluesy R&B and pop rock sound to the Independent for a sold out show on April 6. Her 2012 debut EP, Criminal, and album, Til the Casket Drops, have been well-received since release thanks to an energy…

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Review: British Electronica Trio London Grammar Charm The Independent

Review: British Electronica Trio London Grammar Charm The Independent

London Grammar skillfully showcased a blend of ambient and ethereal yet classical style to a sold out crowd Thursday night at the Independent. From her first dulcet note, singer-songwriter and lead vocalist Hannah Reid catches plenty of attention. She is supported by guitarist and college…

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Audio On The Bay Brings Three-Day Dance Music Festival to Richmond

Audio On The Bay Brings Three-Day Dance Music Festival to Richmond

A new three day electronic dance music festival, Audio on the Bay, arrives May 23-25 with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Eric Erydz and Laidback Luke headlining at Craneway Pavilion in Richmond.

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