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Young Jeezy Arrested For Illegal Firearms After Shoreline Shooting

Young Jeezy Arrested For Illegal Firearms After Shoreline Shooting

Mountain View detectives arrested rapper Young Jeezy on Sunday after serving search warrants in connection with a shooting that left one man dead at Shoreline Amphitheatre on Friday, according to San Jose Mercury News. In addition to Jeezy, five other people associated with Wiz Khalifa’s…

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Oakland’s Bells Atlas Bring Unique, Worldly Grooves to Rickshaw Stop

Oakland’s Bells Atlas Bring Unique, Worldly Grooves to Rickshaw Stop

Oakland band Bells Atlas formed over two years ago, honing a sound that mixes influences of jazz, soul, hip-hop and west African music to create an ensemble somewhere between the realms of Erykah Badu and Battles. They aren’t afraid to push the envelope—or open the envelope,…

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Kanye West Rumored to be Working with Paul McCartney

Kanye West Rumored to be Working with Paul McCartney

Fresh from headlining separate performances at Outside Lands and Candlestick Park, it appears Kanye West and Paul McCartney could be working on a collaboration on the rapper’s next album.

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Review: Paul McCartney Closes Candlestick Park in Style

Review: Paul McCartney Closes Candlestick Park in Style

The last concert ever at Candlestick Park confirmed two things: Paul McCartney is still amazing, and that stadium is kind of a dump.

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Lineup Details Revealed for Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

Lineup Details Revealed for Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

With Outside Lands behind us, San Francisco music fans can look ahead to the next big music event in Golden Gate Park, the 2014 return of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass.

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Q&A: Life On the Road With Man Man’s Ryan Kattner

Q&A: Life On the Road With Man Man’s Ryan Kattner

Man Man, the experimental rock band from Philadelphia, have created a reputation for crazy stage antics—bashing their bodies in the name of rock ’n’ roll with painted faces and strange attire—but they’ve also released five quality records since 2004. Their latest effort On Oni Pond…

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Outside Lands Day 3 Photos: Flaming Lips, Tiesto, Lykke Li and More

Outside Lands Day 3 Photos: Flaming Lips, Tiesto, Lykke Li and More

Outside Lands closed on Sunday with the Killers drawing the most enthusiastic crowd response on the main stage all weekend—but not before Flaming Lips’ technicolor party, Swedish heartbreaker Lykke Li, Lucius and many more hit the stage.

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Photos: Chromeo, Arctic Monkeys and Party People at Outside Lands

Photos: Chromeo, Arctic Monkeys and Party People at Outside Lands

After a week of mostly foggy weather at Golden Gate Park, the skies cleared for Outside Lands music festival as Chromeo, Disclosure, Arctic Monkeys and Kanye West performed for a sold-out crowd.

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Review: Kanye Gets Weird at Outside Lands

Review: Kanye Gets Weird at Outside Lands

Kanye West drew the largest crowd the first day of Outside Lands this year—and the controversial headliner delivered with mixed results.

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Giveaway: Win Tickets to a Chromeo, Holy Ghost! Secret Show

Giveaway: Win Tickets to a Chromeo, Holy Ghost! Secret Show

Montreal electro-funk duo Chromeo and Brooklyn-based synthpop band Holy Ghost! will play a free secret show hosted by PayPal at an undisclosed location in downtown San Francisco on Friday. We’re hooking up one lucky winner with guaranteed entry and a “fast pass” to cut to…

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Review: Beyonce and Jay Z Mostly Stick to the Script in San Francisco

Review: Beyonce and Jay Z Mostly Stick to the Script in San Francisco

One has to wonder if all the fuss about Beyoncé and Jay Z’s rumored separation is just one more staged act of the couple’s cinematic and highly scripted On The Run tour, in San Francisco on Tuesday for the first of two shows at AT&T…

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Photos: Arcade Fire Brings ‘Reflektor’ to Life at Shoreline

Photos: Arcade Fire Brings ‘Reflektor’ to Life at Shoreline

Arriving as a mutant disco ball—a living Reflektor, warped by a million cell phone photos—Arcade Fire’s Win Butler activated Shoreline last night as thousands of costumed fans cheered him on.

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