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. Check out his work here with The Bay Bridged as well as Relix, Live For Live Music, Grateful Web and Glide Magazine.
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    Pigeons Playing Ping Pong bring the funk party to SF next month

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong bring the funk party to SF next month

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, the alliterative funk phenomenon from Baltimore, will be making their Bay Area debut Friday, February 17 at The Independent.

The four-piece flock consists of drummer Alex [...]

By |January 20, 2017|1 Comment

Joshua Huver’s 2016-in-Review: The Year of 100 Shows

I think it’s safe to say that NOT ONE OF US was prepared for the never-ending, often emotional, always irrational roller coaster that was 2016.

For many, it was an [...]

By |January 18, 2017|Comments Off on Joshua Huver’s 2016-in-Review: The Year of 100 Shows

Lotus return to SF for two nights in February

Lotus, the five piece live band jam-tronica pioneer from the Midwest, will be making a doubleheader appearance next month at The Independent.

Their 2017 winter tour kicked off with two [...]

By |January 17, 2017|Comments Off on Lotus return to SF for two nights in February
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    The Nth Power return to the Bay Area with heavy dose of soul-funk

The Nth Power return to the Bay Area with heavy dose of soul-funk

Next week, the NOLA soul band with a knack for funk grooves known as The Nth Power will return to the Bay Area for a pair of concerts. They [...]

By |January 12, 2017|1 Comment

Review + Photos: Tycho kicks off 2017 world tour in Oakland

Tycho (photo: Jon Bauer)

Scott Hansen, also known as Tycho, also known as light, audio, and visual artist ISO50, kicked off a world tour at Oakland's fabulous Fox Theater on Saturday, January [...]

By |January 11, 2017|Comments Off on Review + Photos: Tycho kicks off 2017 world tour in Oakland

ALO’s Tour D’Amour XI returns with plenty of variety

One of the Bay Area's best long-running bands is the family-oriented rock and roll outfit Animal Liberation Orchestra, or ALO. For the 11th February in a row, the quartet will [...]

By |January 9, 2017|Comments Off on ALO’s Tour D’Amour XI returns with plenty of variety

Photos + Review: Citizen Cope at The Fillmore

Citizen Cope (photo: Jon Bauer)

Citizen Cope seemed as captivated by his San Francisco crowd as they were of him on Friday, December 16 at The Fillmore.

The third of four solo [...]

By |January 4, 2017|Comments Off on Photos + Review: Citizen Cope at The Fillmore

More Fatter: SF funk band debuts new song, show tonight

San Francisco's newest funk, rock, and jazz fusion experiment More Fatter just released the first taste of their upcoming album.

Mr. Dassey by More Fatter

"Mr. Dassey" opens with a silky [...]

By |December 22, 2016|Comments Off on More Fatter: SF funk band debuts new song, show tonight

Review: Metallica at The Fox

As far as legendary musical acts go, it's undeniable that the Bay Area has been home to some of the greatest in the world, and if the sold-out Fox [...]

By |December 21, 2016|1 Comment
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    Tycho’s 2017 world tour begins with sold-out show in Oakland

Tycho’s 2017 world tour begins with sold-out show in Oakland

Northern California native Tycho has been making waves in electronic music for a decade and a half, earning recognition early from the underground for his carefully-composed compositions and most recently being [...]

By |December 19, 2016|Comments Off on Tycho’s 2017 world tour begins with sold-out show in Oakland

Front Country bids the Bay farewell to settle in Nashville

Melody Walker, the lead vocalist of the San Francisco Bay Area's rising star in bluegrass known as Front Country, has been totally shaped by the San Francisco Bay Area [...]

By |December 15, 2016|4 Comments

The Redlight District celebrate EP Release at Moe’s Alley

Santa Cruz’s socially-conscious psychedelic rock and roll quartet The Redlight District are looking to end 2016 strong with an EP release party this Friday, December 17 at Moe’s Alley.

The [...]

By |December 14, 2016|Comments Off on The Redlight District celebrate EP Release at Moe’s Alley
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