About Joshua Huver

Michigan grown, California cured. From punk to roots to indie to funk, progressive, ambient and poppy, music has been indispensable in his life and taking part in creating, receiving and sharing in the entire process has come second nature to Joshua. He works closely with musicians across the country and in his current city of Santa Cruz. Check out his work here with The Bay Bridged as well as Relix, Live For Live Music, Grateful Web and Glide Magazine.
  • Pigeons Playing Ping Pong at The Independent, by Joshua Huver
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    Pigeons Playing Ping Pong flock to The Independent for sold-out SF debut

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong flock to The Independent for sold-out SF debut

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong (photo: Joshua Huver)

The four-piece bucket of funk from Baltimore known as Pigeons Playing Ping Pong sold out their San Francisco debut on Friday night February [...]

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  • Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers @ 2014 Outside Lands Music Festival - Photo by Daniel Kielman
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    Nicki Bluhm’s peace-inspired protest song: “Remember Love Wins”

Nicki Bluhm’s peace-inspired protest song: “Remember Love Wins”

Remember, love wins.

If you remember nothing else going forward in these tumultuous times, Nicki Bluhm wants you to know those words.

On Sunday, January 29, Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh held a “Thunder [...]

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    2017 season at The Greek kicks off with Regina Spektor in April

2017 season at The Greek kicks off with Regina Spektor in April

(photo: Shervin Lainez)

Soviet-born, piano-wielding singer-songwriter Regina Spektor's solo headlining performance on April 7 is the first of the 2017  season at The Greek in Berkeley.

Long eschewing descriptors like "quirky" in [...]

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Santa Cruz Music Festival 2017 returns with free comedy

The entire beach town of Santa Cruz is gearing up for the return of Santa Cruz Music Festival this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, February 18 and 19. One of [...]

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Review + Photos: Lotus at The Independent

Lotus (photo: Joshua Huver)

Last week, jam band Lotus graced the stage of The Independent for two nights in a row, including a sold-out second night on Thursday, February 9.

Opening the [...]

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Third Eye Blind celebrate 20 years at The Greek in July

'90s alternative rockers Third Eye Blind are not ready to put on the brakes yet. With a tour starting in Florida in early June and closing out with a [...]

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    Major Powers and the Lo-Fi Symphony hit Santa Cruz, Bottom of the Hill this week

Major Powers and the Lo-Fi Symphony hit Santa Cruz, Bottom of the Hill this week

From the north tip of the East Bay in Richmond comes an adventurous new breed of rock and roll with Major Powers and The Lo-Fi Symphony, playing two shows [...]

By |February 8, 2017|1 Comment
  • The Motet at The Fillmore, by Joshua Huver
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    Review + Photos: The Motet revisits classic funk at The Fillmore

Review + Photos: The Motet revisits classic funk at The Fillmore

The Motet (photo: Joshua Huver)

Last Saturday, February 4, Colorado’s premier funk-heavy soul machine The Motet sold out The Fillmore and treated the crowd to a two-hour groove clinic featuring [...]

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    The Infamous Stringdusters return to The Fillmore next weekend

The Infamous Stringdusters return to The Fillmore next weekend

How about a little bluegrass to shake away the tail end of winter and welcome spring? Next Friday, February 17, new-grass space-jam howlers The Infamous Stringdusters will return to The [...]

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    Grammy-nominated Sofi Tukker to perform two shows in one night

Grammy-nominated Sofi Tukker to perform two shows in one night

The rising star of Grammy-nominated Sofi Tukker, the electro-soul duo from New York comprised of Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern, will return to San Francisco to kick off their [...]

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Review + Photos: July Talk gets rowdy at Bottom of the Hill

July Talk (photo: Joshua Huver)

Bottom of the Hill, the small club at the bottom of Potrero Hill in San Francisco, hosted one hell of a rowdy rock show last [...]

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Hibbity Dibbity circles the Bay Area this month

Self-proclaimed procurers of swamp funk Hibbity Dibbity are slated for several Bay Area shows in the coming weeks with a handful of new material in tow.

You will have three [...]

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