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San Francisco Passes Legislation to Protect Clubs from Noise Lawsuits

San Francisco Passes Legislation to Protect Clubs from Noise Lawsuits

The city’s Board of Supervisors passed new legislation aimed at protecting live music venues and other businesses from noise-related lawsuits. According to the SF Chronicle, the original legislation was introduced last December by board president London Breed. The measure prevents SF residents from suing venues…

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Photos: Seven Lions

Photos: Seven Lions

Seven Lions brings new meaning to the art of music production and performance. And the DJ/producer took a packed City National Civic crowd through a set that moved between house, melodic, trance and dubstep. Want more? >> view the entire photo gallery

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Les Claypool Honors Eddy Jennings, Hosts Benefit Show to Fight Cancer

Les Claypool Honors Eddy Jennings, Hosts Benefit Show to Fight Cancer

Eddy Jennings, manager, booker and club owner who worked under Bill Graham in the 70′s, operating such clubs as Rock n Bowl, I-Beam and Jack’s Bar, is being honored by Les Claypool and others at the Regency Ballroom on Friday, May 29th, in an effort…

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Review: Tennis Shines at The Independent

Review: Tennis Shines at The Independent

A haze of heat wave-induced summertime nostalgia was heavy amongst the crowd as Denver’s husband-and-wife duo Tennis took the stage on Thursday night at The Independent. Ailana Moore and Patrick Riley looked like a couple straight off of a Babysitter’s Club book cover, with Moore rocking…

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E-40 Drops Golden State Warriors Remix

E-40 Drops Golden State Warriors Remix

Vallejo native, avid Bay Area sports fan and accomplished rapper E-40 has turned one of his songs into a Golden State Warriors themed rap, to inspire the team hoping to win the 2015 NBA Finals. E-40 remixed his 2014 track “Choices (Yup)” in honor of…

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Free Stern Grove Fest to Include tUnE-yArDs, Talib Kweli, Doobie Brothers

Free Stern Grove Fest to Include tUnE-yArDs, Talib Kweli, Doobie Brothers

Today marks the announcement of the 78th season of the Stern Grove Festival lineup. An eagerly awaited day for more than 10,000 fans and families who gather each year at the outdoor wooded amphitheater in San Francisco to enjoy world-class musical performances. Catch these acts…

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Bonnaroo Now Controlled By Live Nation

Bonnaroo Now Controlled By Live Nation

Entertainment conglomerate Live Nation is now the majority owner of rural Tennessee’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, giving the world’s largest music promoter control of four of the top U.S. music festivals. According to the New York Times, the financial terms of the Bonnaroo deal…

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Photos and Highlights from New Orleans Jazz Fest 2015, Weekend One

Photos and Highlights from New Orleans Jazz Fest 2015, Weekend One

The 46th Annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, better-known simply as Jazz Fest, triumphantly concluded its first weekend with impressive headlining performances by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Wilco and The Who despite multiple days of rain, thunder and lightning. Several stages host more…

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Elbo Room Owners Confirm Club’s Future in Limbo

Elbo Room Owners Confirm Club’s Future in Limbo

As has been rumored, the owner’s of the classic Mission neighborhood bar, the Elbo Room, confirmed that the lease for their two-story building on Valencia Street ends on November 1 and their landlords prefer to build a new condominium project. According to SF Gate, the…

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Kathryn Calder Gets Philosophical, Plays The Hotel Utah

Kathryn Calder Gets Philosophical, Plays The Hotel Utah

Kathryn Calder, keyboardists and vocalist of the New Pornographers, takes to the road for a string of intimate shows, supporting her newly released self-titled record. Recorded at her house in Victoria, Canada, Calder’s third record is the most polished and philosophical to date, combining influences…

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Photos: Alt-J and Tycho Light Up Berkeley

Photos: Alt-J and Tycho Light Up Berkeley

Alt-J and Tycho were at the Greek Theater for two amazing shows last Thursday & Friday – April 16th & 17th. The colors portrayed by Tycho’s lighting seemed to capture the colorful melodies and riffs performed by the live artists. The combination of electronic and…

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Fantastic Negrito Moves From ‘Tiny Desk’ to Big Stage

Fantastic Negrito Moves From ‘Tiny Desk’ to Big Stage

Fantastic Negrito tells the story of an independent artist from Oakland whose fearlessly candid blues infused afro-roots music was illuminated by winning NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest out of over 7,000 submissions. The brainchild of journeyman Xavier Dphrepaulezz, a once young promising artist signed to Interscope…

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