Bonnaroo returned for four splendid days of music, camping and more in the Tennessee countryside, June 12-15.
The Treasure Island Music Festival returns October 18-20 with headliners Massive Attack and Outkast, according to an unconfirmed report.
Metronomy was back in action in San Francisco over the weekend, performing at the Fillmore in support of the band’s latest album Love Letters. Photos by SF Station photographer Alex Akamine.
After a settlement agreement with concert promoter Live Nation and several millions of dollars spent on renovations, the Nob Hill Masonic auditorium is scheduled to re-open in September with an increased concert schedule, including appearances from the Pixies and British rockers the 1975.
Bonnaroo and Vice’s Motherboard are partnering with Urgency Network for a nonprofit fundraiser that could send one lucky contributor to space on the XCOR Lynx Spacecraft.
It appears big changes are on the way for Yoshi’s in the Fillmore District after new ownership was announced today for the jazz venue and sushi restaurant.
Foster the People, M.I.A., Fitz and the Tantrums, and Phantogram were highlights in front of a sold-out crowd at the 20th anniversary of Live 105′s BFD at Shoreline Amphitheater.
We recruited 78-year-old Napa resident Diana Mitchell (this writer’s grandmother) to review BottleRock for her first-ever rock concert.
In 2001, the Faint established themselves with the momentous record, Danse Macabre, chalked full of distorted bass lines, blasting synthesizers, danceable drums and angst ridden anti-suburban vocals that challenged listeners to not only to flail their limbs to a beat, but to think.
After a four year break between albums, her first introduction to motherhood and a public divorce with Nas, vocalist Kelis introduced the latest evolution of her music career earlier this year with her latest release, Food.