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    Check out Billy & Dolly's new album, recorded by Papercuts' Jason Quever

Check out Billy & Dolly's new album, recorded by Papercuts' Jason Quever

In 2009, Bill Rousseau and Dahlia Gallin Ramirez released In the Beginning, an appropriately-named debut as the likewise appropriately-named Billy & Dolly. Three years later, the duo of […]

By |May 18, 2012|Comments Off

Thursday: Billy & Dolly, Carletta Sue Kay, Karina Denike @ Bottom of the Hill

This week feels like a really busy one for live music! But here’s another recommendation from the land of local folk: Billy & Dolly headline Bottom of the Hill […]

By |July 26, 2011|Comments Off

Rock Make Street Festival Lineup and Pre-Party!

We’re excited to announce details about the third annual Rock Make Street Festival, taking place on Treat Avenue and 18th Street on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 from 11am-6pm. […]

By |July 30, 2010|Comments Off

KQED podcast suggests Billy & Dolly as a band to rip off

Younger Days by Billy & Dolly

Ever find yourself trying to sell your friends and fellow music critics on a new record you’re really jazzed about? On Tuesday, KQED Arts […]

By |April 30, 2010|Comments Off

Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: !!!, P.E.E., Black Prairie, Sloan

Friday, February 19th: Sloan & HIJK @ Slim’s

Sloan – “Believe”

To enter send an email to contest@thebaybridged.com with your full name and the phrase “I want to see Sloan!” […]

By |February 17, 2010|Comments Off

Billy & Dolly: In the Beginning

Billy & Dolly – “Younger Days”

Ex-Monolith members Bill Rousseau and Dahlia Gallin Ramirez are back with their new band Billy & Dolly, and a debut album called In the […]

By |November 16, 2009|Comments Off

Johnny Cash’s ‘Bitter Tears’ book event at Makeout Room

Artwork by Shepard Fairy

45 years ago, Johnny Cash released his most controversial album Bitter Tears, a dive into Native American history inspired by both the possibility of his own […]

By |November 4, 2009|Comments Off

The Famous unleash Come Home to Me

Local indie/alt-country band The Famous release their second album Come Home to Me this Thursday at Cafe Du Nord. The band describes the new album as a “blast […]

By |August 24, 2009|Comments Off