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Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield to Revisit Elliott Smith in San Francisco

Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield to Revisit Elliott Smith in San Francisco

Seth Avett, one of the founding members of the Avett Brothers, and Jessica Lea Mayfield have teamed up to honor the late Elliott Smith with their album Seth Avett & Jessica Lea Mayfield Sing Elliott Smith and a supporting tour that stops at the Palace…

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UK Multi-Instrumentalist Jack Garratt to Make SF Debut at Sold-Out Popscene Show

UK Multi-Instrumentalist Jack Garratt to Make SF Debut at Sold-Out Popscene Show

London-based troubadour Jack Garratt alternates live singing with vocal samples while simultaneously playing the guitar and keyboard, using loop pedals for bass and drums, and tinkering with his laptop. He can also play the trombone, harmonica, mandolin and ukulele. Garratt wraps up his U.S. tour…

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Q&A: Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra

Q&A: Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra

The charm in Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra is easy to see for anyone who’s lucky enough to be looking. It only begins with the unapologetic fervor displayed on stage at each truly unique and intoxicating show, but can also be found on…

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Photos: We’re All We Need With Above & Beyond in SF

Photos: We’re All We Need With Above & Beyond in SF

Trance veterans Above & Beyond took over Bill Graham Civic Auditorium for two massive parties on Friday on Saturday.

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Monterey’s First City Festival Will Not Return for 2015

Monterey’s First City Festival Will Not Return for 2015

Monterey’s First City Festival will not return for its third year this summer, according to organizers.

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Outside Lands Tickets Go On Sale this Week

Outside Lands Tickets Go On Sale this Week

With SXSW on the immediate horizon and Coachella coming soon, Outside Lands festival organizers are gearing up for 2015 with “eager beaver” tickets going on sale this week.

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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong to Open Oakland Guitar Shop

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong to Open Oakland Guitar Shop

Billie Joe Armstrong of East Bay pop-punk band Green Day plans to open his own music store in Oakland called Broken Guitars on April 3. Located at 423 40th Street, Broken Guitars will be located across the street from independent record store and label 1-2-3-4…

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Modest Mouse, Of Monster and Men to Headline Live 105′s BFD Concert

Modest Mouse, Of Monster and Men to Headline Live 105′s BFD Concert

Radio station Live 105′s annual summer bash at Shoreline Amphitheater, BFD, will return this June with Modest Mouse and Of Monsters and Men headlining. The concert returns Jun 6 with Panic! At The Disco, Cold War Kids and Atlas Genius also performing on the main…

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Rumor Mill: Who Will Perform at Outside Lands 2015?

Rumor Mill: Who Will Perform at Outside Lands 2015?

While we eagerly await the Outside Lands lineup announcement, there are a few subtle hints, rumors and lots of wishful thinking for performers who might grace the stage in Golden Gate Park this summer.

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Photos: Flight Facilities Take Off at Noise Pop Festival

Photos: Flight Facilities Take Off at Noise Pop Festival

Hugo and Jimmy of Flight Facilities had a little help from some friends and a sold-out crowd at the Regency Ballroom for their Noise Pop Festival performance last night.

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Sonoma Raceway Could Host a 4-Day Music Festival

Sonoma Raceway Could Host a 4-Day Music Festival

The 2.52-mile Sonoma Raceway road course and drag strip could soon be the future home to the newest music festival in the Bay Area after owners submitted a bid to host a four-day event that could rival Outside Lands and Napa’s BottleRock. According to SFGate,…

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Photos: Tops Make it Last at Brick & Mortar

Photos: Tops Make it Last at Brick & Mortar

Montreal indie pop outfit Tops kicked of a long week of music with Dinner and Kid Trails at Brick & Mortar before Noise Pop Festival gets gets into full swing.

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