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.

Photos: Missing Persons at 19 Broadway

Missing Persons (photo: William Wayland)

Words by William Wayland

No New Wave soundtrack would be complete without a a few tracks from the Missing Persons. “Words,” “Destination Unknown,” and “Walking In LA” helped [...]

By |February 14, 2018|Comments Off on Photos: Missing Persons at 19 Broadway

Noise Pop: The grave humor of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Words by Lily Moayeri

From now until the start of Noise Pop, we'll be profiling some of our favorite artists playing the festival this year.

Today, we check back in with [...]

By |February 13, 2018|Comments Off on Noise Pop: The grave humor of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
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    Live This Month: February 2018 — an audio guide to upcoming Bay Area concerts

Live This Month: February 2018 — an audio guide to upcoming Bay Area concerts

Download: Live This Month: February 2018 (Podcast #422)

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 |February 5, 2018|Comments Off on Live This Month: February 2018 — an audio guide to upcoming Bay Area concerts

Photos: Pickin’ on Hate at Ashkenaz

The Town Howlers (photo: William Wayland)

Words by William Wayland

Pickin’ on Hate is a Bay Area effort created and organized by the Town Howlers to raise money and awareness in support [...]

By |January 31, 2018|1 Comment

Photos: The White Buffalo at the Fillmore

The White Buffalo (photo: Kate Haley)

Words by Kate Haley

Jake Smith, Matt Lynott, and Christopher Hoffee of the White Buffalo are all in, and it’s a serious as a stampede live. [...]

By |January 26, 2018|1 Comment

Mixtape: Bay Area Musicians to Watch in 2018

This episode first ran on KQED.org.


Download: Mixtape: Bay Area Musicians to Watch in 2018 (Podcast #421)

Despite the many challenges that unfortunately failed to disappear at the end of 2017, [...]

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Photos: ‘The Music Of Rushmore’ at the Chapel

Thao Nguyen at The Music Of Rushmore at the Chapel, by Kate Haley (photo: Kate Haley)

Words by Kate Haley

“I guess you've just gotta find something you love to do and [...]

By |January 22, 2018|Comments Off on Photos: ‘The Music Of Rushmore’ at the Chapel

Review + Photos: Wolf Parade return to the Fillmore

Wolf Parade (photo: William Wayland)

After an extended hiatus after a trio of excellent albums, Montreal rock band Wolf Parade returned to the Fillmore on January 17, 2017 in support of [...]

By |January 19, 2018|Comments Off on Review + Photos: Wolf Parade return to the Fillmore

Photos: Sløtface at the New Parish

Sløtface (photo: William Wayland)

Words by William Wayland

If you don’t know them, Sløtface (pronounced “Slutface”) is a feminist pop punk band out of Norway. They’re also known for their environmental stance, [...]

By |January 19, 2018|Comments Off on Photos: Sløtface at the New Parish

Photos: Destroyer at the Fillmore

Destroyer (photo: Aaron Rubin)

Dan Bejar's always engaging and great band Destroyer swept through the Fillmore last Thursday, January 11, 2018. In support of their latest album ken, it was a [...]

By |January 16, 2018|Comments Off on Photos: Destroyer at the Fillmore

Review + Photos: PSDSP at Peri’s

PSDSP (photo: William Wayland)

Words by William Wayland

What do you say about a band called Physical Suicide Deterrent System Project (PSDSP)? Are they goofball punks or morbid goths?

They’re neither, really. This is a [...]

By |January 12, 2018|Comments Off on Review + Photos: PSDSP at Peri’s
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    Sponsored: Benjamin Clementine brings sweeping stagecraft to the Regency

Sponsored: Benjamin Clementine brings sweeping stagecraft to the Regency

The theatre is expensive, folks.

And we're not even talking about Broadway. Even the cheap seats for your local SHN run average around $200, and a Sunday matinee can still [...]

By |January 12, 2018|Comments Off on Sponsored: Benjamin Clementine brings sweeping stagecraft to the Regency