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Wye Oak, Thao & The Get Down to Play Phono del Sol Music Festival

Wye Oak, Thao & The Get Down to Play Phono del Sol Music Festival

Folk duo Wye Oak and San Francisco indie pop group Thao & The Get Down Stay Down were among five acts named for the fourth annual Phono del Sol Music Festival at Potrero del Sol Park on July 12. MAY 13 UPDATE: Organizers announced today…

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Beck, The National to Headline Monterey’s First City Festival

Beck, The National to Headline Monterey’s First City Festival

The First City Festival is adding to an already packed Northern California concert lineup with Beck, The National, The Naked and Famous and Phantogram headlining the First City Festival in Monterey.

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Stern Grove Festival Lineup Announced

Stern Grove Festival Lineup Announced

A summertime tradition in San Francisco, the Stern Grove Festival free concert series returns in June with Allen Stone, Sergio Mendes and the Zombies among season highlights.

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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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Iamsu Shares Details on ‘Sincerely Yours’ Album at Listening Party

Iamsu Shares Details on ‘Sincerely Yours’ Album at Listening Party

Sudan Ahmeer Williams, the 24 year-old Richmond native known to most as Iamsu, has built a solid reputation as a leader among the Bay Area’s new crop of talented young rappers. With 10 acclaimed mixtapes over the past four years, he is finally set to…

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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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Eyes on the Shore Discuss The Lineup Showcase, Oysterfest

Eyes on the Shore Discuss The Lineup Showcase, Oysterfest

Eyes on the Shore haven’t been on the scene for long, but with an energetic style of music that blends heartfelt blues guitars with edgy bass lines and dynamic vocals, they’ve acquired a quickly growing fan base. The charismatic and recently transformed four piece knows…

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Live Review: Hauschka Brings Psychedelic Piano to Yoshi’s on 420

Live Review: Hauschka Brings Psychedelic Piano to Yoshi’s on 420

While most people spent their Easter holiday either surrounded by family or at Golden Gate Park celebrating 420, Volker Bertelmann, aka Hauschka, found his way to Yoshi’s for an intimate performance at one of San Francisco’s best jazz venues. It was a snug setting. Five…

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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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Live Review: Queens of the Stone Age at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Live Review: Queens of the Stone Age at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Queens of the Stone Age brought their brand of dark stoner rock from the desert to the North Bay with a sold out performance at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. In between weekends at Coachella, Josh Homme and company snuck in a trip to San…

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