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 String Cheese Incident at The Fillmore, by Joshua Huver
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    Review: The String Cheese Incident “Shine” at the Fillmore

Review: The String Cheese Incident “Shine” at the Fillmore

The String Cheese Incident at The Fillmore (photo: Joshua Huver)

For those who haven't heard, the String Cheese Incident are the six piece Colorado based jam-grass pioneers steeped in EDM. [...]

By |October 9, 2019|Comments Off on Review: The String Cheese Incident “Shine” at the Fillmore
  • Ben Folds at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, by Joshua Huver
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    Review + Photos: CAKE + Ben Folds at the Shoreline Amphitheatre

Review + Photos: CAKE + Ben Folds at the Shoreline Amphitheatre

Ben Folds (photo: Joshua Huver)

The second act of the wildly successful 2018 tour featuring '90s indie legends Ben Folds and CAKE stopped at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View last [...]

By |September 20, 2019|Comments Off on Review + Photos: CAKE + Ben Folds at the Shoreline Amphitheatre
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    Video Premiere: E.G. Phillips’ “Lighthouse at the Edge of the World”

Video Premiere: E.G. Phillips’ “Lighthouse at the Edge of the World”

(photo: Andy Strong)

The creativity that blossoms out of San Francisco often feels unparalleled in variety and, in some cases, density. Local resident and singer-songwriter E.G. Phillips is one such [...]

By |September 19, 2019|1 Comment

Review + Photos: Madlib x Freddie Gibbs at 1015 Folsom

Madlib and Freddie Gibbs (photo: Joshua Huver)

On Sunday, September 8, world-class beat-maker and hip-hop producer Madlib and rapper Freddie Gibbs hosted a sold out and sweaty night of bumping [...]

By |September 16, 2019|Comments Off on Review + Photos: Madlib x Freddie Gibbs at 1015 Folsom

Review + Photos: Iron Maiden at Oracle Arena

Iron Maiden (photo: Joshua Huver)

On Tuesday, September 10, the world infamous English heavy metal band Iron Maiden crawled through hellfire to shake the Oracle Arena through its core.

Led by the [...]

By |September 16, 2019|1 Comment

The Wood Brothers at Terrapin Crossroads

The Wood Brothers love the San Francisco Bay Area. Evidenced as much by their second two-night run in the area in less than six months. They play two nights [...]

By |August 16, 2019|Comments Off on The Wood Brothers at Terrapin Crossroads

Review + Photos: ALO at Moe’s Alley

ALO (photo: Joshua Huver)

ALO, or Animal Liberation Orchestra, the four-piece funk-jam and feel-good groove machine from the San Francisco Bay Area “blew out the walls” of Moe’s Alley in [...]

By |August 15, 2019|Comments Off on Review + Photos: ALO at Moe’s Alley
  • Lauren Wahl Album Release at Kuumbwa Jazz, by Joshua Huver
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    Review + Photos: Lauren Wahl and Simply Put debut new album at Kuumbwa Jazz

Review + Photos: Lauren Wahl and Simply Put debut new album at Kuumbwa Jazz

Lauren Wahl (photo: Joshua Huver)

On Saturday, August 3, Lauren Wahl & Simply Put left a raw and energetic set on the stage at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center. The band [...]

By |August 15, 2019|Comments Off on Review + Photos: Lauren Wahl and Simply Put debut new album at Kuumbwa Jazz

Tommy Alexander brings new record with three area shows

(photo: Joshua Huver)

Tommy Alexander, the college baseball standout turned troubadour, released a brand new album last week. The album, baby you're blue is a collection of songs new and old. Alexander [...]

By |August 12, 2019|Comments Off on Tommy Alexander brings new record with three area shows
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    Hardly Strictly Bluegrass reveal two more lists of confirmed artists

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass reveal two more lists of confirmed artists

The 19th Hardly Strictly Bluegrass music festival has recently released not one but two additional waves of artist announcements. In addition to celebrating our country’s rich musical heritage, the [...]

By |August 12, 2019|1 Comment
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    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead debuts at Frost Amphitheater August 17

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead debuts at Frost Amphitheater August 17

One of the most popular rehashing of the Grateful Dead's legacy in recent years is returning to the Bay Area. Joe Russo's Almost Dead, has been winning over Deadheads [...]

By |August 9, 2019|Comments Off on Joe Russo’s Almost Dead debuts at Frost Amphitheater August 17
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    ICYMI: Hardly Strictly announces first lineup wave with Margo Price, the Milk Carton Kids

ICYMI: Hardly Strictly announces first lineup wave with Margo Price, the Milk Carton Kids

Ask your local Bay Area music fan when the unofficial start of fall in San Francisco begins, and don't be surprised when they say Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Music Festival.

After [...]

By |July 30, 2019|Comments Off on ICYMI: Hardly Strictly announces first lineup wave with Margo Price, the Milk Carton Kids
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