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SF Station Blows It Up

1. Rhymefest, live onstage @ Lawman Conference 2005, San Francisco, October 14, 2005

If you've never heard of Rhymefest, you will soon and he will blow your mind. With intelligent rhymes and brilliant beats this Chicago kid makes girls drop their drawers. I was in a room full of industry insiders and to see them stare in awe and swallow every word that comes out of this guy's mouth is definitely amazing. So definitely keep your eyes on him.

2. Andy Rourke of The Smiths, Live 105 Studio, San Francisco, October 13, 2005

The legendary bass player of The Smiths, Andy Rourke, is simply one of a kind. To see this man on the one's and two's live at Popscene was something, the crowd went wild with every record. But I have to say that the hilight for me was to actually speak to the man, to hear him talk about the bands that he likes and why...

3. Joe Roncetti of Last Picture Show, live onstage @ Red Devil Lounge, San Francisco, October 19, 2005

Rock -n-Roll isn't dead and it lives in Los Angeles and Toronto. Last Picture Show live on stage is the revival of the real deal rock, with lyrics and guitars that scream of The Rolling Stones.