About The Bay Bridged

Founded in 2006, The Bay Bridged is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts organization utilizing new media and presenting live events to support the San Francisco Bay Area’s indie rock, folk, and pop music communities.

Announcing The Bay Bridged’s Holiday Fundraiser Party!

2017 has been a challenging year locally and around the world, but, throughout all of the year's struggles, the Bay Area music community remains a wellspring of creativity, inspiration, [...]

By |November 17, 2017|Comments Off on Announcing The Bay Bridged’s Holiday Fundraiser Party!

Mixtape: Ten Great Bay Area Record Labels

This episode originally ran on KQED.org.


Download: Mixtape: Ten Great Bay Area Record Labels (Podcast #416)

Record labels can play an important role in nurturing the growth of emerging musicians, and [...]

By |November 16, 2017|0 Comments
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    Beats Antique’s Tommy Cappel wants to talk to you about CBD

Beats Antique’s Tommy Cappel wants to talk to you about CBD

(photo: David Novin)

Words by Lily Moayeri

Tommy Cappel was not born with the propensity for seizures.

Rather, the co-founder, co-producer, and drummer for Beats Antique developed them after multiple concussions as [...]

By |November 15, 2017|2 Comments
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    Live This Month: November 2017 — an audio guide to upcoming Bay Area concerts

Live This Month: November 2017 — an audio guide to upcoming Bay Area concerts


Download: Live This Month: November 2017 (Podcast #416)

In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San [...]

By |November 7, 2017|0 Comments

Photos: Ted Leo and the Pharmacists at Bimbo’s

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists (photo: Aaron Rubin)

Over the weekend, Bimbo's was treated to a wonderful performance by indie rocker Ted Leo and the Pharmacists with support from Ian Sweet. [...]

By |November 6, 2017|0 Comments

Cloakroom measure new phases with ‘Time Well’

Words by Jordan Martich

In an age of excessive commodity, anything crafted by hand glows with authenticity. Established in our clothing, furniture and artwork are the hours of meticulous design [...]

By |November 3, 2017|0 Comments

Chelsea Wolfe finds songs in Carl Sagan and the Salton Sea

(photo: Bill Crisfari)

Words by Erin Lyndal Martin

Chelsea Wolfe loves heavy metal. So much so that in 2015 she made a Spotify playlist featuring some of her favorite metal [...]

By |November 1, 2017|0 Comments

Photos: Sparks at the Chapel

Sparks (photo: Aaron Rubin)

Legendary rock band Sparks performed at the Chapel on October 20, 2017. Photographer Aaron Rubin has the gallery below of the classic rock band still delivering after [...]

By |October 30, 2017|0 Comments

Sponsored: John Carpenter at the Warfield

We now live in an era where film composers and concerts collide. Hans Zimmer confused a bunch of people at Coachella this year, and continued on to a world [...]

By |October 27, 2017|0 Comments

Photos: Jay Som at Great American Music Hall

Jay Som (photo: Kristin Cofer)

San Francisco's own Jay Som is enjoying a rise in in the indie rock world, and she rocked an enthusiastic crowd at Great American Music [...]

By |October 26, 2017|0 Comments

Waking the dead with pianist Jill Tracy

Words by Erin Lyndal Martin

When musician Jill Tracy moved to San Francisco in the early 1990s, the Presidio was still closed to the public.

Tracy quickly became curious. The gates [...]

By |October 13, 2017|Comments Off on Waking the dead with pianist Jill Tracy

Oakland’s RAYS bring their banner year to a close

Words by Jordan Martich

A new member, a fantastically received debut album, and a successful recent tour have made this year an important one for Oakland band RAYS, who bridge [...]

By |October 12, 2017|Comments Off on Oakland’s RAYS bring their banner year to a close
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