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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    Phish return to SF for three-night stand at Bill Graham Civic

Phish return to SF for three-night stand at Bill Graham Civic

Phish in 2009. (photo: Wikipedia)

Get ready: Next week, Phish fans will flood the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco for three weeknights in a row. Starting next Monday, [...]

By |July 15, 2016|1 Comment
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    Chaz Bundick (aka Toro y Moi, aka Les Sins) announces live album, Oakland show

Chaz Bundick (aka Toro y Moi, aka Les Sins) announces live album, Oakland show

A live concert album from chillwave pioneer Chaz Bundick, more widely recognized as Toro y Moi, was announced early last week. The album, titled Toro y Moi: Live From Trona will drop digitally [...]

By |July 13, 2016|Comments Off on Chaz Bundick (aka Toro y Moi, aka Les Sins) announces live album, Oakland show
  • Joe Pug at The Independent, by Joshua Huver
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    Joe Pug and Korey Dane bring open mic vibe to The Independent

Joe Pug and Korey Dane bring open mic vibe to The Independent

Joe Pug (photo: Joshua Huver)

Shortly after Phono del Sol wrapped up at Potrero del Sol Park in San Francisco on Saturday July 9, a wholly independent live music experience was [...]

By |July 12, 2016|1 Comment

M. Ward at The UC Theater: Short, Sweet, Nice AF

M. Ward (photo: Joshua Huver)

On Friday night, M. Ward and his unique introspective brand of awareness returned to the Bay Area for an hour and a half show at the [...]

By |July 11, 2016|Comments Off on M. Ward at The UC Theater: Short, Sweet, Nice AF

Widespread Panic return to The Fox this weekend

Widespread Panic, the Southern rock jam band behemoth from Atlanta, who recently announced that they will not continue touring after 2016, will pay their loyal fans in spades with [...]

By |July 11, 2016|Comments Off on Widespread Panic return to The Fox this weekend

Singer-songwriter Joe Pug to play The Independent

Independent and acclaimed solo musician Joe Pug swept headlines and turned heads with his 2008 EP Nation of Heat, earning him a feature on NPR's Second Stage blog. Three complete albums and [...]

By |July 8, 2016|Comments Off on Singer-songwriter Joe Pug to play The Independent

An interview with M. Ward, who hits Berkeley tonight

Indie-folk musician M. Ward makes his return to the Bay Area for a pair of concerts before a pair of appearances in SoCal. The Friday, July 8, show at [...]

By |July 8, 2016|1 Comment
  • Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros at the Greek Theater, by Joshua Huver
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    Review + Photos: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at The Greek Theatre

Review + Photos: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at The Greek Theatre

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros (photo: Joshua Huver)

Edward Sharpe, the enigmatic character born out of the death of Alex Ebert's ego, is dead. Or dying.

That's one of the possibilities Ebert [...]

By |June 20, 2016|1 Comment
  • Andy Cabic Vetiver
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    Vetiver visits UC Berkeley Botanical Garden for sold-out show

Vetiver visits UC Berkeley Botanical Garden for sold-out show

San Francisco's own Andy Cabic will bring the folk-tinged blend of indie alternative tunes he calls Vetiver to the UC Berkeley Botanical Gardens on Thursday, June 9.

The intimate setting [...]

By |June 7, 2016|Comments Off on Vetiver visits UC Berkeley Botanical Garden for sold-out show
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    The Mother Hips slated for Terrapin Crossroads double feature

The Mother Hips slated for Terrapin Crossroads double feature

Bay Area favorite alternative rockers The Mother Hips continue their non-linear approach to scheduling and giving back to fans with a two-night stand this weekend at Terrapin Crossroads in [...]

By |June 2, 2016|Comments Off on The Mother Hips slated for Terrapin Crossroads double feature

Santa Cruz’s Getaway Dogs release ‘Lost in the Ebb’

Kai Killion, a Santa Cruz-by-way-of Rio de Janeiro native, announced his indie folk group Getaway Dogs' newest album, Lost In The Ebb, to be released August 19.

Combining intricate finger-picking progressions and [...]

Review + Photos: The Nth Power and Turkuaz at Slim’s

Turkuaz (photo: Joshua Huver)

The last decade has seen an incredible growth in quality and quantity of properly revitalized funk bands coming out of Boston and Brooklyn.

Turkuaz, a nine-piece, self-proclaimed "powerfunk" [...]

By |May 25, 2016|Comments Off on Review + Photos: The Nth Power and Turkuaz at Slim’s
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