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    What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Jan 18 – 20

What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Jan 18 – 20

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Friday, January 18
Saweetie @ 1015 Folsom
If you haven't yet, meet rising Hayward rapper Saweetie at 1015 Folsom.

Sonny and the Sunsets, Dick Stusso @ The Independent
The old and [...]

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Waterstrider returns with “Weaker One,” upcoming EP

It's been a minute since we heard from Waterstrider. The East Bay musician has been a favorite of ours since practically the beginning, but the Oaklander has laid low [...]

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Review + Photos: Elliott Peck at Terrapin Crossroads

Elliott Peck (photo: Carolyn McCoy)

Words by Carolyn McCoy

Elliott Peck is a very busy woman. Aside from being a talented musician, songwriter, vocalist, bandleader, and member of Midnight North and the Terrapin Family Band, [...]

By |January 17, 2019|1 Comment
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    Live This Week: Dawes to bring rootsy folk-rock to the Fox Theater

Live This Week: Dawes to bring rootsy folk-rock to the Fox Theater

It’s day 27 of the government shutdown.

Caught in the political riptides, many Americans find themselves trying to sort through and mend damaged relationships in a system that seethes in [...]

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Premiere: Lapel sings “Fumes” at 25th Street Recording

If you follow Lapel on social media, you might have seen this video already. But for its official blog debut, we're bringing you her song "Fumes," performed at Oakland's [...]

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Home Sick 2 strives for post-punk variety in Petaluma

You'd be hard-pressed to find a band more comfortable with change than Santa Rosa's Ceremony, now 15 years into a career of stagediving and a raucous exploration of post-punk's [...]

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Live This Week: Reunited Azure Ray to play Cafe du Nord

18 years.

Take a look into the archive of your life over that amount of time and you’ll have quite a collection of memories — cherished or derided. For some, [...]

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Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: Azure Ray, Zelma Stone 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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Get emotional with the Feelings Parade

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Scott Ferreter and Morgan Bolender are in the middle of a good old-fashioned Bay Area eviction.

Right now, they live in a house in the Oakland hills that [...]

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Preview: LoFi Satellites at the Ivy Room and Cafe Du Nord

LoFi Satellites are a San Francisco band putting their on twist on classic indie rock and psychedelic sounds. Their summer release “Feet to the Fire” starts with a simple, [...]

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    The Jesus and Mary Chain, Sheer Mag, and more play Burger Boogaloo 2019

The Jesus and Mary Chain, Sheer Mag, and more play Burger Boogaloo 2019

(Shannon and the Clams at 2016's festival. photo: Jon Ching)

It may only be January, but now's the time to get your summer festival plans in order.

Locally, that means prepping [...]

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Photos + Review: Kongos at Great American Music Hall

Kongos (photo: Carolyn McCoy)

Words by Carolyn McCoy

Sister Sledge said it best: “We are family.” In the case of the band the Kongos, it’s all about brothers. Kongos hail from Arizona [...]

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