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Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals Announce Four Shows at the Fillmore

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals Announce Four Shows at the Fillmore

The band is getting back together. Ben Harper announced plans to reconnect with the Innocent Criminals next year for four concerts in San Francisco. Taking place at The Fillmore March 25-28, Ben Harper’s troupe regroups to play an eclectic mix of blues, soul, reggae and…

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Interview: Delta Spirit Make Third Trip to The Fillmore

Interview: Delta Spirit Make Third Trip to The Fillmore

With roots in San Diego and Orange County, five-piece indie rock group Delta Spirit celebrate the September release of their fourth album, Into the Wide, playing one of five upcoming California shows at The Fillmore on October 25. Anchored by harmonica and piano since 2005,…

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Homegrown: The Soft White Sixties Bring ‘Get Right’ to the Fillmore

Homegrown: The Soft White Sixties Bring ‘Get Right’ to the Fillmore

The Soft White Sixties formed in the Bay Area in 2009, and quickly gained a following that led to sold-out shows at the Independent and the Chapel and high-profile appearances at Outside Lands and the Noise Pop festival. Equipped with their first full-length album, Get…

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Photos: ‘Love Letters’ With Metronomy at the Fillmore

Photos: ‘Love Letters’ With Metronomy at the Fillmore

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.

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Kelis Talks ‘Food’ Before Her Fillmore Concert

Kelis Talks ‘Food’ Before Her Fillmore Concert

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.

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Photos: Tycho Fills the Fillmore for Album Release Party

Photos: Tycho Fills the Fillmore for Album Release Party

Local electronic music producer Tycho celebrated the release of his latest album Awake, performing with a three-piece band during a sold-out show at the Fillmore on Thursday. Photos by SF Station photographer Stewart Tomassian.

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Reggae Rockers the Expendables Return to the Fillmore

Reggae Rockers the Expendables Return to the Fillmore

As part of their 40 show Winter Blackout tour, Santa Cruz quartet The Expendables bring elements of ska, surf rock and punk with a heavy dose of reggae to the Fillmore on March 16. We caught up with vocalist and drummer Adam Patterson about to…

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Video: A Moment With G-Eazy on his These Things Happen Tour

Video: A Moment With G-Eazy on his These Things Happen Tour

G-Eazy talks about the milestone concert at the Fillmore and his mostly sold-out tour, his roots in the Bay Area and his new album scheduled for release later this year.

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Noise Pop: Lord Huron Founder Ben Schneider Discusses Fillmore Debut

Noise Pop: Lord Huron Founder Ben Schneider Discusses Fillmore Debut

One of the most anticipated shows of the Noise Pop festival lineup, February 25 to March 2, Lord Huron’s show at the Fillmore was the first to sell out. The group’s organically smooth approach to melodic country-rock, heard prominently on their 2012 debut album Lonesome…

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G-Eazy Announces ‘These Things Happen’ Tour, New Single

G-Eazy Announces ‘These Things Happen’ Tour, New Single

The “James Dean of Hip Hop,” Gerald Earl Gillum aka G-Eazy, isn’t sleeping on his rising success in the rap industry. The 24 year-old Oakland native announced a new North American tour shortly after releasing a cheeky video for his new single “Almost Famous,” produced…

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Photos: Gramatik Brings ‘Age of Reason’ to the FIllmore

Photos: Gramatik Brings ‘Age of Reason’ to the FIllmore

The Fillmore got in on the EDM movement on Saturday with Brooklyn producer Gramatik taking over with his Age of Reason tour. Photos by SF Station Photographer Thibault Palomares.

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Q&A: Beats Antique Discuss Touring, Twerking and Hanging Out With Robert Smith

Q&A: Beats Antique Discuss Touring, Twerking and Hanging Out With Robert Smith

Beats Antique make worldly music, and amidst a nationwide tour supporting their new album, A Thousand Faces- Part One, they’ll finally settle down in San Francisco for two concerts on their home turf at the Fillmore on November 16th and 17th. The members of Beats…

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