Live This Month: April 2019

30 Days. 30 songs. (Close to) 30 shows.

April's chock full of great artists rolling through, and it's almost summer festival season (hello, Phono Del Sol!), so why not dip [...]

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Review + Photos: Maren Morris at the Masonic

Maren Morris (Photo: by Daniel Kielman)

She may be rising quickly in thanks to the insane popularity of being the featured vocalist on the Zedd track "The Middle" last year, [...]

By |March 29, 2019|Comments Off on Review + Photos: Maren Morris at the Masonic
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    Review + Photos: Mahawam brings genre-bending debut EP to Amnesia

Review + Photos: Mahawam brings genre-bending debut EP to Amnesia

Spring might be struggling to start in the Bay Area, but on Tuesday, Mahawam (Malik Mays) brought enough technicolor tones to the stage of Amnesia to render the drab [...]

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    Review + Photos: Zepparella with Gretchen Menn Trio at Sweetwater Music Hall

Review + Photos: Zepparella with Gretchen Menn Trio at Sweetwater Music Hall

Zepparella (photo: Carolyn McCoy)

Words by Carolyn McCoy

Rock and roll, it’s good for the soul, as they say, and I wholeheartedly support that statement as the truth. There is a fabulous [...]

By |March 28, 2019|1 Comment

Rosie Tucker plays Amnesia in support of new LP

(photo: Shabnam Ferdowsi)

Los Angeles-based songwriter Rosie Tucker will headline a late show at Amnesia tomorrow night. Rosie Tucker's new album Never Not Never Not Never Not was just released [...]

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LEVI J releases lead single “My City”

Singer-songwriter LEVI J is shouting from the rooftops how much he loves his city. Recorded at Tone Freq Studios with San Jose Legend, Don Budd, and inside Tiny Telephone [...]

By |March 28, 2019|1 Comment

ICYMI: Derek Schmidt debuts the complete ‘Major Arcana’

This may not be news to those of you that keep better tabs on local music than even me, but for those of you that rely on us to [...]

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Not of the Zeitgeist: Hectorine’s debut folk album

(photo: Emily Dulla)

Words by Michelle Kicherer

I’ve had lots of conversations over the years in the anguished I-was-born-in-the-wrong-decade vein. We’ve sat there daydreaming about what it must have felt like [...]

Video Premiere: Whiskerman, “Belly of the Beast”

It's been a while since we've heard from Whiskerman — our records indicate the last time we brought you any update on the East Bay band was almost exactly [...]

By |March 27, 2019|Comments Off on Video Premiere: Whiskerman, “Belly of the Beast”
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    Ticket Giveaway Roundup: Stella Donnelly, Spiritualized and more

Ticket Giveaway Roundup: Stella Donnelly, Spiritualized and more

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To enter for a chance to win tickets to any show below, email contest@thebaybridged.com [...]

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Meet Your Local Metal Band: Water Into Blood

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Words by Adam Hudson

Some people say that rock music is dead, but it’s still being kept alive in underground circles in the Bay Area. One [...]

By |March 26, 2019|Comments Off on Meet Your Local Metal Band: Water Into Blood

Photos: Kaki King at SFJAZZ

Kaki King (photo: Ria Burman)

Jazz guitarist Kaki King gave a rousing performance at SFJAZZ, bringing her genre-spanning sounds to the city for an intimate performance with a variety of [...]

By |March 25, 2019|Comments Off on Photos: Kaki King at SFJAZZ