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 [...]
Thirsty? Let Born Ruffians help you out.
In collaboration with Muskoka Brewery, the Ontarian band recently dabbled in the world of craft beer and concocted their very own brew: a [...]
Tim Heidecker, the comic surrealist responsible for such gems as " A Vodka Movie", "It's Spagett!" and "Decker", has formed a new band, which shouldn’t come as a big [...]
Big Black Delta (photo: Ian Young)
Jonathan Bates has been working on his solo project Big Black Delta for a number of years with a wide range of releases. He has worked his way [...]
Diamond Heights (photo: Quincy Cardinale)
Diamond Heights have a new three-song EP to be officially released tonight at their Great American Music Hall show.
Entitled False Victories, the short collection features [...]
A year after their debut LP, Lee Bob & the Truth are back with a follow-up full length, The Light, which is available for purchase via Bandcamp. Their mission [...]
Baio (photo: Ian Young)
When not performing as bassist for Vampire Weekend, Chris Baio, under the appropriate name Baio, played at the Rickshaw Stop last night, May 25, 2016, to an enthusiastic crowd, joined by [...]
Are your eyes on Madeline Kenney yet? I feel like that's how every post we write about her here on The Bay Bridged starts. But we're serious! The last [...]
There is nothing that screams summer is upon the Bay Area more than music festival announcements, and Huichica is one of the best to shout about. While Outside Lands [...]
By all objective measures, El Rio is one of the top bars in San Francisco. That’s just not up for debate. It has a nice selection of cheap beers, [...]
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" [...]
Dead & Company (photo: Joshua Huver)
Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann, with John Mayer and featuring Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti, better known collectively as Dead & Company, opened [...]