Snow Angel bandmates have got it just right by just being themselves. They are part kickass women, part masterful instrumentalists, and part playful girls wrapped in a colorful musical [...]
For Viceroy, aka Austen Afridi, it is summertime all the time. The DJ/producer who calls San Francisco home will rouse local fans and friends out of winter hibernation and [...]
Death By Unga Bunga is alive and kicking. Drum kicking, that is, along with guitar screaming, crowd surfing and rowdily pounding out garage-rock, power-pop tunes.
The industrious five-man band turned [...]
Singer-songwriter David Duchovny is on tour this winter performing original tracks from his debut album Hell or Highwater with a stop in San Francisco next week.
After portraying transgender detective [...]
(photo: Derek Hudson)
The last time Tom Chaplin performed in San Francisco, he was singing lead vocals for British alt-rock band Keane. It was at The Warfield in January 2013, [...]
Fresh off their Kickstarter success and true to their word, the guys of Oakland’s electro-funk-R&B band Planet Booty have produced a revealing high-energy video for their latest single, “Naked.”
Susanna Hoffs is the coolest.
Having sung hits with The Bangles all the livelong ‘80s, Hoffs has a melodious voice, a decades-long career as a guitarist and songwriter, and a [...]
Actor Jeff Goldblum, also a jazz pianist, will perform as part of annual comedy festival SF Sketchfest next week.
Goldblum is known for his roles in movies, television and [...]
Scottish musician Midge Ure has performed in the Bay Area many times as frontman of the 1980s synthpop band Ultravox. He fondly recalls his most recent visit to San [...]
(Twitter's Songbirds. photo: Carla Bova)
It began like any other concert: The house lights dimmed. A hush came over the audience before it erupted into excited applause. A foggy haze [...]
It has been nearly 40 years since Peter Murphy, with his sonorous sound and ominous vocals, first sang “the bats have left the bell tower” in the Bauhaus 1979 [...]
Photos and words by Carla Bova
“So much rhythm, grace and debonair...”
They were singing about "The Rubberband Man," but legendary R&B artists The Spinners may as well have been referring to [...]