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.
  • The Avett Brothers at The Greek Theatre, by Joshua Huver
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    The Avett Brothers jump into the crowd with a stellar performance at The Greek Theatre

The Avett Brothers jump into the crowd with a stellar performance at The Greek Theatre

The Avett Brothers (photo: Joshua Huver)

Making their second career appearance at the Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley, on Saturday, April 30, Americana rock and roll powerhouse group The Avett Brothers [...]

The Avett Brothers return to Greek Theatre

The Avett Brothers are kicking off the Bay Area summer concert season with the opening show of the 2016 outdoor season at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley on Saturday, April [...]

By |April 27, 2016|Comments Off on The Avett Brothers return to Greek Theatre
  • The Monophonics at Moe's Alley, by Joshua Huver
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    Review & Photos: The Monophonics bring local soul to Moe’s Alley

Review & Photos: The Monophonics bring local soul to Moe’s Alley

The Monophonics (photo: Joshua Huver)

Often mistaken for outright passion or "The Funk," soul as a genre is a musical style that slowed without stopping. Its decline in the mainstream [...]

By |April 22, 2016|Comments Off on Review & Photos: The Monophonics bring local soul to Moe’s Alley
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    “Mayday, M’aidez!”: Santa Cruz-based 88.9 KUSP in danger of shutting down

“Mayday, M’aidez!”: Santa Cruz-based 88.9 KUSP in danger of shutting down

Independent radio is to independent music as a mug is to coffee.

Yes, it’s possible to consume and serve multiple people without it, but it is certainly less burdensome to [...]

By |April 20, 2016|Comments Off on “Mayday, M’aidez!”: Santa Cruz-based 88.9 KUSP in danger of shutting down

Poolside returns with summer plans after year-long hiatus

In late 2010, the “inappropriate ubiquity” of thundering dubstep was just beginning to peak.

“I’m sure it got more popular after that,” continued Jeffrey Paradise, the San Francisco half of [...]

By |April 15, 2016|1 Comment
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    The Redlight District and Sweet Plot to rock the Crepe Place in Santa Cruz

The Redlight District and Sweet Plot to rock the Crepe Place in Santa Cruz

Two Bay Area local rock and roll outfits will be performing at the intimate Santa Cruz hideaway, The Crepe Place, tomorrow, April 16.

Far and removed from a physical red-light [...]

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Local artists rally together for Tim Bluhm fundraisers

The San Francisco Bay Area is notorious for producing musicians of not only incredible talent and popularity, but also with a notable level of fan identification and friendly sense [...]

By |April 14, 2016|Comments Off on Local artists rally together for Tim Bluhm fundraisers

Jam giants moe. return to the Fillmore to record live album

Independently self-reliant jam band giants moe. will be returning to the Bay Area for two very special shows in celebration of their recent 25th anniversary.

The first, on Saturday April [...]

By |April 8, 2016|4 Comments
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