Photos: Adam Ant at the Masonic

Adam Ant (photo: Aaron Rubin) Returning once again to the Bay Area, legend Adam Ant played to an even larger crowd than before, this time at the Masonic on Friday, September 29, 2017. Supported by Glam Skanks, both bands went well together, bringing their brand of rock to the city in distinct style as always. Check out the gallery below of both bands by our own Aaron Rubin.

By |October 3, 2017|Tags: |

Photos + Review: Adam Ant delights fans at The Fillmore

Adam Ant (photo: Jon Bauer) My Lyft driver wound through the rainy streets towards The Fillmore while making small talk. I expressed that I was worried about not being there when the doors opened for the show. “It’s a Tuesday night,” said my Lyft driver. “How packed do you think that place is gonna get?” The answer is packed. Adam Ant fans crowded shoulder-to-shoulder in anticipation of the show. Several people were in war paint makeup, and I even saw a few pirate-themed shirts. People were absolutely teeming with anticipation for the show. Openers The Glam Skanks capitalized on that excitement [...]

By |February 13, 2017|Tags: |

What’s Happening This Week? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Feb 6 ― Feb 9

Catch Lo Moon at Brick & Mortar Music Hall Wednesday night. Monday, February 6 Alcest @ Oakland Metro Operahouse A French act that straddles high-intensity metal with murkier shoe gaze while never becoming formless or monotonous. Set 3: House of the Beehives @ San Francisco Conservatory of Music Performed in full tonight will be Australian composer Melody Eötvös' House of the Beehives, inspired by the Italo Calvino short story of the same name. Tuesday, February 7 Surfer Blood @ The Chapel Surfer Blood recently released their first album, Snowdonia, since the tragic death of their 27-year-old guitarist, Thomas Fekete. Adam [...]

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