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.

Premiere: Milk for the Angry, “Snake Eyes”

Words by William Wayland

Milk for the Angry’s most popular video so far was an accident. Riffing with a neighbor, they improvised Cleopatra’s “Jumper Cable Jam,” shared it on [...]

By |August 2, 2019|Comments Off on Premiere: Milk for the Angry, “Snake Eyes”
  • The Head And The Heart at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, by Carolyn McCoy
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    Review + Photos: The Head and the Heart at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Review + Photos: The Head and the Heart at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

The Head And The Heart (photo: Carolyn McCoy)

Words by Carolyn McCoy

One of my main influences in the discovery of new music is my teenage daughter. Thanks to her I have [...]

By |July 31, 2019|Comments Off on Review + Photos: The Head and the Heart at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
  • Jenny Lewis at the Fox Theater
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    Sponsored: Jenny Lewis shines at the Fox Theater this September

Sponsored: Jenny Lewis shines at the Fox Theater this September

From the start of her indie stardom as a founder of Rilo Kiley to her work with the Watson Twins, Jenny Lewis is a rare artist that has rarely [...]

By |July 31, 2019|Comments Off on Sponsored: Jenny Lewis shines at the Fox Theater this September
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    OUTLIER SF brings quality, not quantity to San Francisco this weekend

OUTLIER SF brings quality, not quantity to San Francisco this weekend

Words by Lily Moayeri

The concept of OUTLIER is an all-encompassing brand that includes, but is not limited to parties, a radio show, eventually a label, and perhaps even its [...]

By |July 30, 2019|Comments Off on OUTLIER SF brings quality, not quantity to San Francisco this weekend
  • Hellman Summer Stomp at the Sweetwater Music Hall, Carolyn McCoy
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    Review + Photos: Hellman Summer Stomp at the Sweetwater Music Hall

Review + Photos: Hellman Summer Stomp at the Sweetwater Music Hall

Hellman Summer Stomp (photo: Carolyn McCoy)

Words by Carolyn McCoy

If ever there were a family tree that has grown strong and has deep roots in the musical community of the SF [...]

By |July 24, 2019|Comments Off on Review + Photos: Hellman Summer Stomp at the Sweetwater Music Hall

Review + Photos: Royal Jelly Jive at Sweetwater Music Hall

Royal Jelly Jive (photo: Carolyn McCoy)

Words by Carolyn McCoy

It’s my first time experiencing the Sonoma County jazzy-cabaret, soul-filled band Royal Jelly Jive. I have heard good things about them over [...]

By |July 16, 2019|Comments Off on Review + Photos: Royal Jelly Jive at Sweetwater Music Hall

‘Once’ review and Q&A with cast member Rob Ready

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Words by Tiffany Lew

Once follows a Czech woman and Irishman in Dublin, Ireland. The setting is a key feature of both the 2007 film [...]

By |June 28, 2019|Comments Off on ‘Once’ review and Q&A with cast member Rob Ready

Photos: The third annual Clusterfest returns to the city

Craig Robinson and the Nasty Delicious (photo: SarahJayn Kemp)

The festival that combines comedy, music, and art known as Clusterfest returned to San Francisco once again to supply the city with [...]

By |June 28, 2019|Comments Off on Photos: The third annual Clusterfest returns to the city

Photos: Tacocat at the Chapel

Tacocat (photo: Kristin Cofer)

Seattle punk band Tacocat gave a very passionate show at the Chapel this week in support of their latest release, This Mess is a Place. Opening for [...]

By |June 28, 2019|Comments Off on Photos: Tacocat at the Chapel

Review: Clusterfest 2019 stumbles through Civic Center

Drunk History (photo: SarahJayn Kemp)

Words by Tim Draut and Dariush Azmoudeh

Last weekend, Clusterfest took over Civic Center Plaza for three days in its third annual year. Although I was [...]

By |June 27, 2019|Comments Off on Review: Clusterfest 2019 stumbles through Civic Center

Photos: Charly Bliss at the New Parish

Charly Bliss (photo: Norm deVeyra)

Charly Bliss may sound like the work of a solo project, but the New York four-piece are actually quite a connected rock band that perform [...]

By |June 27, 2019|Comments Off on Photos: Charly Bliss at the New Parish

Photos: Phono del Sol returns to San Francisco

Porches (photo: Ian Young)

This past Saturday, Potrero del Sol Park in San Francisco hosted the return of the Phono del Sol Music Festival. It was a day filled with great [...]

By |June 18, 2019|Comments Off on Photos: Phono del Sol returns to San Francisco